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THE MIRROR 1 974 

Waltham Qenior High 9chool 

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Waltham Vocational High Qchool 

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We wish to honor Miss Gracey McGrath. A Home Economics teacher at WHSjk 
Along with her involvement in school, she has contributed tremendously to out of sch 
our mainstage productions. 

To you, Miss McGrath, we dedicate the 1 974 Mirror. 



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DR. FREDERICK STOKLEY 
Superintendent 




MR. JOSEPH LOPRESTI 
Assistant Supertendent 




MR. JAMES CANNON 
Assistant Superintendent 



Administration 




MR. GEORGE E. P. HUSSON 
Headmaster 




MR. F. JOSEPH LEVEY 
Assistant Headmaster 



House Offices 



Senior House 



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MRS. ALISCA CZARNOWSKI, Housemaster 
MRS. BARBARA McCAULEY, Secretary 

Sophomore House 







MR. JOHN REGAN 
Housemaster 



MRS. MARIAN 
CAMPBELL 
Secretary 



Junior House 




MR. THOMAS NEYLON, Housemaster 




MRS. MARIE CALOGGERO, Secretary 



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School Committee 





MAYOR ARTHUR J. CLARK 
Chairman 



MR. MONAHAN 
Vice-Chairman 





MR. POMEROY 



MRS. WEBB 




MR. PAVONE 




MR. WALTER 



DR. ALBERT PERNA is also a member of the School Committee but was unavailable at the time pictures were taken. 



Yearbook 9taff 

Literary Staff 




STANDING: Marianne Corcoran, Chris Belcher, Lisa Swenson, Pompea Lombardo, Cheryl Meliones, Mary Centola, Lee Rrinciotta, Elaine 
Mahoney, Linda Cooper, Mary O'Rielly, Kevin Griffin. SITING: Martha Page, editor; Mr. James G. McDonnell, advisor; Gary Marchese, 
editor. 



Business Staff 




Ronald Cardone, Mary Montooth, Mr. Peter Kennedy, advisor; Judy Loughlin, Janet Fagan, editor; Richard Werblin. 



Best Sellers 

FICTION 

1 —Water ship Down, Adorn s ( 1 lost 

week) 
2-Jaws, Benchley (2) 
3-The Fan Club, Wallow (3) 
4-Burr, Vidol(5) 
5— The Snare of the Hunter, 

Maclnnes (4) 
6— You and Me, Babe, Harris (7) 
7-1 Heard the Owl Call My Name. 

Craven (9) 

8 — The Partners, Auchincloss (6) 

9 — Fear of Flying, Jong (10) 
10— The Other Side of Midnight, 

She/don (8; 

NONFICTION 

1 —Times to Remember, Kennedy (1 ) 

2 — Plain Speaking: An Qral 

Biography of Horry S- Truman, 
Miller (2) 

3 — Alive: The Story of the Andes 

Survivors, Read (4) 
4— You Can Profit from a Monetary 

Crisis, Browne (3) 
5— Thomas Jefferson, An Intimate 

History, Brodie (7) 
6— Management, Drucker (6) 
7-Working, lerkeHS) 
8— Go East, Young Man, 

Douglas (8) 
9-All the President's Men, 

Bernstein & Woodward (10) 
10 — How to Be Your Own Best Friend, 

Newman & Berkowitz (9) 




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arrested by 
Soviet police 

MOSCOW (AP) — Sovia* eecurlty agents and 
Police arretted Alexander Solahenltsyn at his 
wife's Moscow home today after the Nobel Prize- 
winning author refueed to answer « summons to 
the state prosecutor'* office, family friends re- 
ported. 



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Solzhenitsy 



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port. 





Solzhen itsyn 
deported to 
W. Germany 



An Experiment in Literary Investigai 

For years I have with reluctant heart 
withheld from publication this already 
completed book: my obligation to those 
still living outweighed my obligation 
to the dead. But now that State Securit) 
has seized the book anyway, I have no 
alternative but to publish it immediatd) 



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Relatively important news stories 
appeared less significant during the turbu- 
lent year. Among these were the struggle 
between President Nixon and Congress 
over the bombing of Cambodia; the long 
face off between Indian militants and fed- 
eral officers at Wounded Knee, S.D.; Soviet 
leader Brezhnev's visit to the U.S.; the return 
of Juan Peron to power in Argentina and 
the President's trip to the Middle East Coun- 
tries as a peaceful mission. 



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Alarms of Impeachment sounded oil Capitol Hill as President Nixon fired Watergate special prose- 
cutor Archibald Cox and momentarily d*£ied a court order to surrender evidence in the Watergate 
Case. A year of turmoil over the case reached a preliminary crisis when public outrage persuaded the 
President to turn the evidence over to the cmrts. Initial steps toward impeachment continued, how- 
ever, placing greater burdens on the Administration handicapped by the accumulated weight of pub- 
lic distrust. 






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You are the 
Sunshine of 
My Life 
Stevie Wonder 



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JUNE 7, 1974 






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ARTIST WEEKS 


ON 


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BAND CN THE FUN 


Paul McCartney 6 Wings * 


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RIKKI DON'T LOSE THAT NUMBER 


Steely Dan 


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1985 


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SUNDOWN 


Gordon Lightfoot 


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ROCK THE BOAT 


Hues Corporation 


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HAVEN'T GOT TDB TOR THE PAIN 


Carly Simon 


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BILLY, DON'T BE A HERO 


Bo Donaldson § Haywoods 


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ALREADY GONE 


Eagles 


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DRIVTN' AROUND 


Raspberries 


4 


11 


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DANCING MACHINE 


Jackson 5 * 


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12 


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CANDLE IN THE WIND 


Elton John * 


3 


13 


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YOU MAKE ME FEEL BRAND NEW 


Stylistics 


3 


14 


11 


FOR THE LOVE OF NCNEY 


O'Jays 


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15 


8 


THE ENTERTAINER 


Marvin Hamlisch 


7 


16 


40 


WATERLOO 


Abba 


2 


17 


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ANOTHER PARK, ANOTHER SUNDAY 


Doobie Brothers 


12 


18 


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DON'T YOU WORRY 'BOUT A THING 


Stevie Wonder * 


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19 


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SEARCHIN' 


Chicago * 


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LIVTN' IN THE USA 


Steve Miller Band 


6 


21 


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ANNIE'S SONG 


John Denver 


2 


22 


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BE THANKFUL FOR WIAT YOU GOT 


William DeVaughn 


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29 


REBEL REBEL 


David Bowie 


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LOCOMOTION 


Grand Funk » 


15 


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W MISTAKE 


Marvin Gaye § Diana Ross * 


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YOU WON'T SEE ME 


Anne Murray 


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CAN YOU HANDLE IT 


Graham Central Station 


3 


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MAMLNIA 


Paul McCartney § Wings * 


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OH VERY YOUNG 


Cat Stevens » 


13 


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I'M COMING HOME 


Spinners 


4 


31 


38 


IF YOU WANNA GET TO HEAVEN 


Ozark Mt. Daredevils 


2 


32 


34 


SON OF SAGITTARIUS 


Eddie Kendricks 


2 


33 


24 


GOLDEN AGE OF ROCK 'N' ROLL 


Mott the Hoople 


10 


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ONE HELL OF A WOMAN 


Mac Davis 


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BENNIE § THE JETS 


Elton John * 


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36 


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HOLLYWOOD SWINGING 


Kool 5 The Gang 


NEW 


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DAYBREAK 


Nilsson 


12 


38 


33 


A DREAM GOES ON FOREVER 


Todd Rundgren 


13 


39 


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THE SHOW MUST GO ON 


Three Dog Night * 


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WOVOKA 


Redbone 


NEW 






THE BUHMER RECORD OF THE WEEK: 








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Movies 

American Graffitti 

Day of the Jackal 

The Exorcist 

40 Carats 

Lady Sings the Blues 

The Sting 

Last Tango in Paris 

Papillion 

Let the Good Times Roll 

Paper Moon 

Serpico 

The Way We Were 

Paper Chase 

The Poseidon Adventure 

The Great Gatsby 

Save the Tiger 

Sleuth 

Day of the Dolphin 

A Touch of Class 

The Sleeper 

Three Musketeers 





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Best Actor — Jack Lemmon 

in SAVE THE TIGER 
Best Actress — Glenda Jackson 



in A TOUCH OF CLASS 
Best Movie — The Sting ■ 
Best Theme Song — THE WAY WE WERE 

by Barbra Streisand 
Best Supporting Actor — John Houseman 

in PAPER CHASE 
Best Supporting Actress — Tatum O'Neal 

in PAPER MOON 
Highest Movie Score — THE STING 
Special Effects — THE EXORCIST 



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Is the Big 'Shortage' Just Gas? 

"'j' shutdown hurts Edison 9 s customers 

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Judging toy Confiscations 

A RAPID RISC IN MARIJUANA USE 

Seizure oy federal authorities: Marijuana Mashis 

(pOUMKj 

85,715 534 



1968 
1969 



73.108 



2.247 



1970 



185,096 



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1972 



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514,81? 



1973 



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ALL TOLD: An estimated 835,366 pounds of marijuana and hash.sh— 
more potent form of marijuana— were seized last year 

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Zero growth US population 
still at least 70 years away 

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ULdltLK 5 IULL Uf VIULtlNUt 

'Hie young, the old, the 
weak, the strong— Protes- 
tants and Catholics alike- 
all have felt the cruel sting 
of the violence in lister 
Since riots in Belfast and 
Londonderry touched off the 
current sectarian strife four 
years ago, the fighting has 
taken an awesome toll: 
841 people dead— including 
189 British soldiers- 10,000 
wounded and S101 million 
already paid in compensa- 
tion for property damage. 




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OF WESTERN EUROPE'S ... AND TWICE AS BIG 

AS THE 
SOVIET UNIONS 




Middle East tensions 
burst into War for the 
fourth time in 25 years. 
After three weeks of 
war with heavy casual- 
ties and material losses 
on both sides, the com- 
batants accepted a 
peace fire with interna- 
tional supervision. It 
was not long before this 
agreement was broken 
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All Scholastic 




Paul Dube was named by the Boston Globe as All 
Scholastic Middle Linebacker. Co-Captain of this 
year's Hawks with an 8-1 record. 



Middle Linebacker 



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Eastern Mass. 
Chess Champions 



The members of this year's Chess Team were the Eastern 
Mass Champions of the three man, four man, and five man. 
They also won the Brockton Invitational Championship. 



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These members of our band, stage band, and orchestra were named to the Northeast District Band and Orchestra. FIRST ROW: Anita Kupress, Amy Lester, Bernadettr 
Orlando. BACK ROW: Edward Marucs, Hyung Kim, Doug Nally, Dave Kenney, Steve Kernan, David Mullen, Vincent Mandile, Alex Voulgaroupoulos, Peter Mclvor, 
Stanley Sack. 



Northeast District 




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These members of our chorus were named to the North East District Chorus. Greg Kerr, Mike Morizio, David Spencer, Ron Cardone, Otho Kerr, Paul 
Colantino, Janet Fagan. 



State Drama 
Festival Finalist 



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Awards in the Massachusetts Drama Guild Festival Winners at the Regional Drama Festival at Bishop-Connolly High 
School; also the entire cast won an All-Star cast Ensemble Award. 

Winners at the Semi-Final at Stoughton High School; Two awards for Excellence in Acting; Tom Lamitina and Steve 
Marsocci. 

Went on to compete in the State Finals at John Hancock Hall. 

An original play written by Joseph DeMauro in collaboration with the company and directed by Karen DeMauro. 




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Stage Band 
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University of New Hampshire 
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Outstanding 
Musicianship 



Peter Mclvor was granted a $500.00 scholarship to Berklee. Both 
Peter and Amy Lester were awarded Outstanding Musicianship 
Plaques. 





New England 

Heavyweight 

Wrestling 

Champion 





Fred Smerlas 



Fred was also Mass State Heavyweight 
Wrestling Champion and Mass 
"Wrestler of the Year." 
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Mike Salamone 

New England 

Diving Champion 

1972 and 1974 



Mike is also Mass State Diving Champion of 1974. He went 
three years undefeated in Dual Meets. 




FRONT ROW (I. to r.): Gayle O'Halloran, Susan Sicotte, Debra Wilson, Mary Sullivan, Ms. Helen Castros (coach). 2nd ROW: Cheryl Meliones, Janice Doucet, 
Sandi Place, Karyn Altman, Valerie Viles, Jackie DeVincent. 




Suburban League 

Volleyball 

Champions 



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Ski Team 




Slalom Champions 
Mass-Bay League 



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Bay State 

Tournament 

All Star 





Rick Manzur 

Captain Elect 
1974-1975 




Phil Calson 



Boston Globe Gcholastic 

Art Award 



Phil Calson was awarded the Gold Key for first 
place in the Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards. 



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Baseball Record 

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Michael V. Albanese 




Debra Allen 







Carla L. Abramson 



Paul L. Adamaitis 





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Karyn A. Altaian 





Paul A. Agrillo 




Edward P. Allia 




Therese Andy 



Carol Anthony 



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Diane M. Antico 





Louis Antico 





Joni M. Arancio 





Michelle Arsenault 



Paulette M. Arsenault 



Sharon L. Aspinwall 




Richard M. Araujo 




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Maureen D. Arsenault 




Joseph J. Attardo 



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Joseph F. Aucoin 



Leona Aucoin 





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Lee Ann Balben 




Robert G. Aucoin 




William G. Aucoin 




Richard J. Badger 





William Aucoin 




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Daniel R. Babineau 




Walter L. Baker 




Donna L. Bamford 



Ronald B. Barber 



Paul D. Baril 



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Lee J. Barmakian 



Thomas Barnes 



Patricia A. Baxter 




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Gina M. Bennett 



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Robert P. Bowley 



Thomas F. Bowman 



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Daniel P. Bowse 



William J. Boyle 



William M. Brady 




Karen E. Brannelly 





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Charles E. Brody 







Wayne M. Brossi 



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James Byrne 



Kathleen Byron 



Diane L. Cafarelli 



Stephen J. Caira 



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Mary L. Callahan 






Ronald J. Caissie 



Laura Callahan 



Mary Ann Callahan 




Steven Calnan 







Debra A. Caloggero 



Phillip J. Calson 



Joanne M. Cammisaro 



Kathryn Campbell 



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George T. Cappadona 




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Joseph C. Caruso 




Christine L. Casella 




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Anna Marie Caruso 

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Rose Caruso 




Douglas G. Cate 




Thomas Cedrone 



Mary A. Centola 



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Mary M. Chane 




Wayne R. Chernosky 




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Mark T. Conrad 




Penelope Contos 







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Elaine M. Coraccio 




William Corbett 



Marianne Corcoran 



Diane Cormier 



Kathleen Cormier 



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Richard B. Cotoni 




David Coyle 






Louis G. Cormier 



Terry L. Corriveau 



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FRONT (I. to r.): Cheryl Noonan, Susan McGuigan, Cathy O'Reilly, Beth LaMacchia, Joan Pettengill, Gail Dou- 
cette. ROW 2: Mrs. Elizabeth Spence, R.N., Joan Lynch, Kim Oliveri, Nancy Gaudet, Jill Brooks, Lisa Barron, 
Stephanie Salvucci, Joan Hartman, Mrs. Marion Fitzpatrick, R.N. ROW 3: Laura Waite, Denise Bodwell, Deb- 
bie Whitten, Dorren Gerard, Diane Pelletier, Beth MacArthur, Judy King, Cindy Byrne, Priscilla Delaney. 



Cheshire 
Crafts 



L. to R.: Pam McLaughlin, Cindy Becker, Miss Margaret Irwin 
(advisor), Cynthia Curtis, Pam Hayes, Cindy Brown. 





French Club 



SEATED (I. to r.): Carolyn Rea, Diane Melanson, Hyung 
Kim, Susan Centofanti, Janet Corcoran, Susan Chevoor. 
STANDING: Lorraine Mortenson, Stanley Sack, Cathi 
Degenhardt, Mr. Marcel Karian, advisor. 



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Mortenson, Annette Emberly, 
Richard Morgan, Susan 
Maguire. STANDING: Miss 
Elizabeth Fryer, Dr. Larry Yar- 
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Latin Club 



1 st ROW (I. to r.): Janet O'Donoghue, Kathy Meyler, 
Rhonda Gudewich, Susan Sabetti, Betsy Arnold, Rita 
Johnston. 2nd: Lisa Fine, Cathy O'Neal, Ellen Booth 
(Junior Classical League Secretary), Mrs. Patricia 
Malenfant, advisor, Kathy Callahan, Susan Martin, 
Bonnie Becker, Adriana Aversa. 3rd ROW: Tim 
Shaw, Richard Trimble, Lee Fetbroth, Susan Maguire, 
Anne Marie Dagle, Pam McLaughlin, Kathy Wilson, 
Ann Booth, Robert O'Brien. 4th ROW: Kurt Cybulski, 
Mike Vartesian, Ray Cusano, Dominic Zaia, Stephen 
Ohnemus. 5th ROW: Scott Warren, Joe Flynn, Mark 
Segein, Joe Carle, Gregg Prescort, P. Dineen, Brian 
Butler, Charles Knox, Mark Harvey. 



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National Honor 
Society 

KNEELING (I. to r.): Bob Faulstich, Steve Marsocci, Richard 
Trimble, Gary Marchese, Tom Lamattina, Brian LaFlamme. 
STANDING — 1 st ROW: Martin Sheehan, Joan Pederson, 
Susan Belliveau, Ann Marie DiLuca, Pompea Lombardo, 
Linda Cooper, Mary Centola, Lee Princiotta, Debbie Salvucci, 
Robin Richardson. 2nd ROW: Richard LaRosa, Brian McKeon, 
Andrew Schkuta, Thomas Hill, Sharon Elliot, Russell Hago- 
pian, Mary O'Rielly, Ted Filandrianos, Diane Martin, Debbie 
Lee, Maryellen O'Rourke, Karyn Altman, Marie Santalucito, 
Jean Czuzwa, John Clark, Donna Defino, Marybeth Carney. 
3rd ROW: Keith Solomon, Marc Lashway, Craig Sawin, Ray- 
mond Boisseau, Bill Corbett. 



Italian Club 



SEATED (I. to r.): Frank Montillo, Judy Garrahan, Ronald 
Romard, Pompea Lombardo, Luisa Pandolfi. STANDING: 
Mr. Pizzi, advisor, Ann Marie DiLuca, Lorraine Mortenson, 
Terry Andy, Rose Marie Caruso, Lisa Landry, Denise Kring, 
Susan Belliveau, Stephanie Salvucci. 





Italian National 
Honor Society 

L. TO R.: Debbie Salvucci, Susan Belliveau, Mike Morizio, 
Pompea Lombardo, Donna Scafidi. 



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1st ROW (I. to r.): Betsy Arnold, 
Susan Sabetti, Janet O'Donahue, 
Jackie Devincont, Diane Cafarelli, 
Debbie Salvucci, Diane Melanson, 
Patricia Baxter, Karen Surette, Kathy 
Shinick, Lisa Swenson, Miss Holland, 
faculty advisor. 2nd ROW: Rhonda 
Goodrich, Vinny Pappia, George 
Wyberhella, Debbie Burke, Debbie 
Collagero, Gary Marchese, Ann Liv- 
ingston, Kevin Lepore, Frank Maynes, 
Eddie Cuerdon. 




Chess 
Club 



1st ROW (I. to r.): Bob Hastie, David Owens, Ed Marcus, 
John Guiluiano, Brian LaFlamme, Jerry Giuliano, Mr. Tier- 
ney, Faculty advisor. 2nd ROW: Pat Degenhart, David 
Creamer, Matthew Muir, Raymond Boisseau, Maro Lashway. 




Aviation 
Club 



1st ROW (I. to r.): Dan Jensen, Mr. 
McKnight, Mr. Poulten, advisors, Wal- 
eed Ashoo, Ken Mandile, Pam Silva, 
Natallia Corres, Cheryl Chaisson, 
Richard Walker, Mike Prescott. 2nd 
ROW: John Giuliano, Richard Mor- 
gan, Ken Gal, Greg Power, Jim 
O'Rourke, Bill McGeever, Brian 
Doyle, Ken Nevard. 3rd ROW: 
George Wyberiolla, Herb Henderson, 
Ken Gal, Pilots, Ken Goodwin, Neil 
Santaneillo 





Forum 
Club 



1st ROW (I. to r.): Elaine Mahoney, Cathy Degen- 
hardt. 2nd ROW: Brian LaFlamme, Ronald Barber, 
Tom Lamartina, Marc Lashway, Mrs. Mary Keller- 
mann, advisor, Raymond Boisseau, Debbie Lee. 



Photography 
Club 



L. to R.: Mr. Reed, advisor, Diane Conrad, Raymond 
Boisseau, Marc Lashway, Billy Hughes, Debbie Lee, 
Jerry Giuliano, John Giuliano. 





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1st ROW (I. to r.): Dr. Alan Aymes, advisor, Pamela 
Silva, Sandra Nett, Red Skeleton, Susan Maguire, 
Ann Marie Dagle, Jane Pearlman, Mary Ellen Yar- 
ossi. 2nd ROW: John Dineen, Jim O'Rourke, Ken 
Nevard, Roger O'Connell, Paula Kamphous, Michael 
Varterision, Michael Moore, Gary Arenburg. 





Is this A block? 



I'll get you for 



Will this be in the yearbook? 



Now, let's see; 
1+1=2? 



Put you right foot in, and 
your left foot out . . . 





Can somebody show me 
the way to the math 
office? 



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winl 



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seven, eight, nine, ten, RED 
LIGHT! 




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ING: Miss Cornelia Sylvester, Mr. Anthony Mrugala, Miss Katherine Corcoran, Mr. Lawrence Elliott, Miss Maria Canezza. 




Library 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Esther Wiley, Mrs. Martha Angevine, Mrs. Eleanor 
Kilgore, Mrs. Lotte Blustein, Mrs. Mildred Nelson. 




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Reading 



Ms. Esther Long, 
Mr. George Tyner, 
Ms. Merryl Maleska. 



English 

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Teachers: Mr. Miguel Torrodo 
Mrs. Marie Regan 




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Economics 



FRONT ROW: Mrs. Amy Kosmidis, Ms. Margaret 
Irwin. BACK ROW: Mrs. Ann Mason, Mrs. Mary 
Johnson (department head), Miss Gracey 
McGrath. MISSING: Mrs. McClure. 



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SEATED: Miss Madeline Quinn. 1st ROW: Mrs. 
Esther Johnson, Mrs. Eleanor Pacirti, Mrs. Patricia 
Malenfant, Miss Elizabeth Fryer, Miss Helene 
Andresian, Miss M. Therese Aucoin. STANDING: 
Mr. Mario Magno, Mr. Marcel Karian, Mr. 
Beniamino Pizzi, Mr. Steven Triantafel, Depart- 
ment Head, Mr. Hugo Santamaria, Mr. B. Donald 
Thibeault. 




Math 
Department 




SEATED (I. to r.): Mr. George Veins, Mrs. Joan Martin, Mr. Douglas Greco, Miss Elizabeth Bowen, Mr. Terrence Sweeney, Mrs. 
Beatrice Feldman. STANDING: Mr. William Young, Mr. Leon Meader, Mr. John Sheehan, Mr. Richard LeMay, Mr. Anthony 
Vallely, Mr. William Harrington, Mr. James McDonnell. 




Music 
Department 



Mr. Thomas Ferrante, Mr. Thomas Dumas, Mr. Peter Kennedy. 



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SEATED (I. to r.): Mr. Saul Richman, Department Head, Mrs. Mary Kellermann, Ms. Roberta Kanarek, Ms. Nancy Maguire, Miss 
Nancy Kunkle, Miss Patricia Mogan. STANDING: Mr. Steven Goodwin, Mr. Sam Poulten, Mr. Marvin Owens, Mr. Richard Sullivan, 
Mr. Norman MacDonald, Mr. Michael Macy, Mr. Edward Burke, Miss Elizabeth Collins. Mr. John Graceffa, Mr. Harold Walker. 



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Carol Graceffa, Miss Eve Coppell. STANDING: Dr. Alan Aymes, Department Head, Mr. Paul Thorp, Mr. Jerry Nelson, Mr. Elwood 
Streeter, Mr. Timothy Reed, Mr. Richard McKnight. 



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A.V. 

Department 
1 st Floor 



Mr. Ralph Nelson, Advisor, Mark LeBlanc, 
Bob Allesandro, Daniel Dwyer, Leo Alagna, 
Michael Dileso. 



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SEATED: Carol Coughlin, Susan Currie, Robin 
Joyal, Robin Manning, Carolyn Rea, Karen 
Thursby, Karen Couture, Jean Nadeau. 
STANDING: Hong Chin, Brian Navien, Gary 
Arenburg, Steven Scott, John Faulstich, 
Michael LeBlanc, Daniel Rhodes, Carl Streck, 
Ralph Badger, Walter Page, John Clark, Joe 
Goode, Cliff Mason, Mr. Robert Schubert, 
Advisor. 



Industrial 

Arts 
Department 



SEATED: Mr. Edward Dollard, Mrs. Helen Camp- 
bell. STANDING: Mr. Roy Talanian, Mr. Joseph 
Matta, Mr. William Nolan, Mr. Henry LaRosee, 
Mr. John Holihan. 




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Mr. Henry Woronicz, Mr. Peter Dexter, Mr. Clifford Poirier, Mr. Leonard Sorin. 



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1st ROW (I. to r.): John Thibodeau, Charles Brody, Joseph Attardo, Mark Kaitz, Paul Gallagher, David Umbrellip, Richard Araujo, David 
DeMarco, George Vincuilla, Alan Vanaria. 2nd ROW: Richard Badger, William Bourque, Steve Vincuilla, Jeff Clarke, Dan Famosi. 3rd ROW: 
Michael Salomon. Abs. John Mellow. 





L. to R.: Hyung Kim, Brain Mul- 
vaney, Judy Garrahan, Phyllis 
Pintalone, Skip, Stedman. 



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Cafeteria 
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Custodians 




Vocational 




High Gchool 



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MR. ERNEST VISCARELLO, Director 
of Occupational Education 



MR. JOSEPH DeMAlO, Assistant Principal 




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Printing 





MR. SAMUEL RUSSELL 




The graduating class of the Waltham Vocational High School 
would like to honor Mr. Samuel Russell on the occasion of his 
retirement. 

Mr. Russell for the past thirty years has demonstrated a keen 
sense of devotion to his students and his fellow teachers. 



VOCATIONAL SECRETARIES: (I. to r.): Miss Clara Graceffa, Mrs. 
Josephine Lucchese, Mrs. Geraldine Keefe. 





NURSE 
Ms. Doris Putnam 



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Drafting . . . 



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Mechanics 
Qhop 



Right Upper Corner — LEFT TO RIGHT: Glen Burdett, Richard Wayne Carr, 
Steven Quinn. 

Left Lower Corner — LEFT TO RIGHT: Mark Conrad, Anthony Nigro, Brian ^ 
Plamond, Christopher Reed. 






MR. DAMAIN, English and History Teacher. 



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Electronics 





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Football 



The 1 974 Hawks were characterized by an extreme sense of togetherness and commoradery which helped make it possible to compile 
one of the best records in recent years. Their season was highlighted by a great victory over a strong Haverhill team. It was a year which few 
of our players will forget. 





Coach Poirier and co-captains George Cappadona and Paul Dube accept the "Doc Cohn" trophy for the victory over arch rival Newton. 






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FRONT ROW: L. Finnamore, B. Ohnemus, T. Hernandez, G. Kasabian, Co-Capt. G. Cqppadpna, Co-Capt. P. Dube, J. Povone, C. Smith, G. Vincuilla, K. Doucette, T. Gettings, 
J. Cincotta. SECOND ROW: P. Mabardy, D. Hachey, M. Keohane, D. O'Brien, S. Godfrey, J. Mula, M. Claffey, P. Dejaney, M. Martin, J. Mattone, F. Smerlas, D. Poirier. THIRD 
ROW: D. Gray, K. Osganian, B. Logue, J. AucOin, M. Attardo, K. Lepore, C. Richardson, S. Praff, J. Denault, J. Byrne, E. Logue. BACK ROW: J. Corbett, S.Delorey, K. Solo- 
mon,^. Jacobs, M. Vinci, B. Gross, D. Place, M. Gaudet, C. Yerten, R. Mansur. 




Co-Capt. Cappy scores last touchdown of the season against Somer- 
ville. 



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FIRST ROW: J. Meliones, K. Venuti, J. Faulstich, Mgr. R. Manning, Capt. B. Fine, R. Faulstich, R. Cusano, 
Coach Gould. SECOND ROW: O. Kerr, R. Larosa, B. Bourque, D. Coyle, E. Finelli, G. Kerr, D. Rhodes. 
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Janet Trench, Robin Richardson, Deborah La Forest, Andrea Barmakian, Mercedes Borrell, Captain; Margaret Doherty, Sharon McManus, Judith Cory, and Diane Cafarelli. 




Rifle Team 




STANDING (I. to r.): Mr. Siano (coach), Cindy Wintercorn, Mike Kelly, Jimmy Britton, Carmine DiPronio, Terry Warren, Pat Degenhardt, Ronnie Zeeltoonian. KNEELING (I. to 
r.): Ronald James, John Bourgoine, Michael Bourgeois. 



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Basketball 




sasketboir is a fast moving game an 
Waltham High has a fast moving team. 
Led by four seniors, the varsity team 
fielded ten players and four managers. 
Practice was started a few months 
before the first game and with the new 
league expansions 14 games were 
played. Waltham was the host for the 
Eastern Basketball tournament this 
year. Returning next year will be four 
juniors and two sophomores. 



Varsity 



Mary Jane Faulkner, Valerie Viles, Sandi Place, Cheryl Meliones, Marybeth Carney, Roseann Craig, Paula Allia, Lor- 
raine Dunbar, Susan Sicotte, Elaine Rancatore, Managers Joanne Manzon, Deb Martin, Karen Pickefte, Donna Hayes, 
Miss Claire Nolan, Coach. 



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Junior Varsity 



WALTHAM 31 
WALTHAM 33 
WALTHAM 37 
WALTHAM 30 
WALTHAM 45 
WALTHAM 41 
WALTHAM 44 
WALTHAM 27 
WALTHAM 47 
WALTHAM 39 
WALTHAM 38 
WALTHAM 31 
WALTHAM 45 
WALTHAM 39 
WALTHAM 24 
WALTHAM 46 
WALTHAM 39 

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Anne Rheaume, Pamela Ravesi, Marianne Corbett, Marianne Melanson, Barbara McEnaneny, Mrs. Nina Skavenski, 
Coach; Teresa Sweeney, Dianne Manley, Barbara Walter, Patricia Carney. 








ROW 1 : Kenny Doucette, Joe Pavone, Billy Groth, Chris Smith, Frank Dagle, Kevin Doherty, Mark Bergeron. 2nd: Coach Mr. Walter Brinn, Robert O'Brain, Bob Kelly, Ken 
Johnson, Steve O'Keefe, Dave Hache, Paul Daigle, Steve Pratt, Chris Yetten, Frank Cormier. 






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Barnes, Diane Elander, Karen Dillon, Diane Sweeney. THIRD ROW: Mark Spencer, Bob Delosa, Lorna Grey, Bill Lorenzen, Jon Meliones, Stewart Cummings, John O'Hara, 
Fred Hurley, Denise Devlin, Bill Bonney and Coach Warren French. 



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RECORD 

Lexington Lost 

Concord-Carlisle Lost 

Medford Lost 

Brockton Lost 

Winchester Lost 

Brookline Won 

Cambridge-Rindge Won 

Belmont Lost 

Weston Lost 

Newton North Lost 

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Traveling so fast that they could only be 
photographed as blurs, the Hawk skiers 
went undefeated in the slalom event this 
year. Leading the team was junior Kathy 
Shinnick who for the second year running 
was tops among the league's girls. 

The team finished second overall only 
when the last race of the season was can- 
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ROW 1 : Robbin Manning (manager), Bob Levinia, Eric Steinberg, John Meliones, Alex Voulgouropoulous, 
Barry Fine, Greg Kasabian, Tom Lammatina, Mike Vinci, Keith Venuti. 2nd ROW: Eddie Richard, Gene Bog- 
lin, Russell Hagopian, Fred Smerlas, Bob Gross, Paul Mabardy, Mike Martin, Bill Bourque, John Ricard, 
Garg Tanashian. ROW 3: Coach Gould, John Faustich, Mike Reynolds, Eddie Fenmill, Joe Russo, David 
Coyle, Greg Kerr, Keith Solomon, Mike Galwin, Rick LaRosa. 4th ROW: Frank Botlari, Tom Banks, Danny 
Rhodes, Jack Hassett. 









RECORD 

Cambridge Latin Won 

Newton Lost 

Arlington VVon 

Brookline \y on 

Weymouth North |_ os t 

Weymouth South L os t 

Brockton L OS t 

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Waltham High has always been known for good J 
volleyball players. This year was no exception. All 
opposing teams were out to beat them but they rose tq\ 
the occasion winning the Suburban League Champion- 
ship. This year Waltham also participated in the Brock- 
ton Invitational Tournament and placed second to a 
strong Girls Latin Team. 









Varsity 
Valerie Viles, Janice Doucet, Karyn Airman, Sandra Place, Helen Castros Coach, Gayle O'Hallo- 
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Carol Cincotta 
Linda Cooper 
Mary O'Rielly 
Carolyn Callahan 
Donna Mancuso 
Carolyn Shaw 
Kathy Shinniek 
Debbie Denaro 
Rhonda Gudewich 
Susan Huff 
Carol Nasco 

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On Friday evening May 31 , 
1974 the Senior Class will 
remember the "Way We Were" 
at the Chateau deVille in Fram- 
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Diane Elander and Steve Calnan 
Class Day Queen and King 






Class Day Exercises 

of the 

Class of 1 974 

Waltham High School 

Verner Robinson Auditorium 

61 7 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Massachusetts 

Monday afternoon 

June 3, 1974 

at two o'clock 



"Yours is the task to find what you are searching for.' 



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Class Day 



The Class of 1 974 recognized four 
outstanding Faculty members of Walt- 
ham High. Each was presented with an 
inscribed plaque. The presentations 
were made by Kathy Foley, Jackie 
DeVincent and Master of Ceremonies, 
Craig Sawin. Honorary Senior was our 
favorite secretary, Mrs. Barbara 
McCauley. Then came Mr. Gerard Belli- 
veau, retired Housemaster who was 
also presented the class gift, Mr. 
George Husson our principal, and our 
Housemaster this year, Mrs. Alisca 
Czarnowski. 




"Mrs. Czarnowski, 

It wasn't easy for a woman to do what you did 
but you did it anyway and well at that." 
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Superlatives 




BEST LOOKING ... Diane Elander 
Steve Calnan 
Paul Notartomaso 



BEST DRESSED 



Bonnie Howard 
Dave Devane 
Steve Quinn 




BEST DANCER ... Peggyann Loynd 
Gary Marchese 
Dennis Page 



BEST ACTOR 



Gerard Martin 
Ronald Cardone 



BEST ACTRESS ... Melinda Miller 




BEST MUSICIANS 



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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 





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Peter Mclvor 
Gerry Profetto 

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Cheryl Meliones 
George Cappadona 
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Thomas Cedrone 
Elaine Mahoney 
Steve Marsocci 




CLASS WIT... Kathy Foley 

Kenneth Hietsch 
Vinnie Morreale 

CLASS ARTISTS ... Liz Montgomery 
Phil Calson 
David Mulligan 

MOST TALENTED ... Helen Chaisson 

Steve Marsocci 

MOST POPULAR ... Donna Camposano 
Arthur D'Agostino 

BEST ALL AROUND ... Richard Pratt 

MOST RESPECTED ... Janice Doucet 

Robert Cappadona 
Tony Nigro 

DID MOST FOR CLASS ... Jackie DeVincent 

Daniel Bowse 
Craig Sawin 




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Karen Altman 

Tom Lammatina 

Steve Quinn MJ XOfl 

Marybeth McCarthy 
Peter Kennedy 
Joe Chaisson 
Stu Falconer 







Class Will 



We, the members of the Class of 1 974, in a varied state of knowledge, nostalgia, and nervous anticipation of the future, do bequeath and 
bestow upon a number of friends and faculty members the following gifts. All should be accepted in the spirit of fun, affection, and good 
humor which prompted our agents, the Class Day Committee. 

"A gentleman and a scholar" as her typical science pupil is our wish for our gracious and gentle Mrs. Kerr. 
For Mr. and Mrs. Steinberg we provided an ironing board so she can press his weights. 
And for Mr. Magno, a remote control soccer ball. 

As a special demonstration model for Dr. Tzimopoulos, what else? — an inflatable Chesty Morgan. 
Projected for math wizard Miss Bowen is a score in the 99th percentile on her state bar exams. 
To Mr. Lando a retroactive percentage fee for all the help he has given to the Vocational Seniors in getting jobs. 
For our yearbook adviser, Mr. McDonnell, an avid Celtics fan, a night on the town with John Havlicek. 

"Have a good day" is a regular greeting of this English teacher, and our wish for you, Mr. Walsh, is many truly wonderful days. 
To Mr. Matta, or is it Joe Namath, the role of understudy to all Joe's commercials. 

And for Miss Wallace, our warmest congratulations and best wishes to you on your June 21 wedding day. 

As a special gift to Miss Mary Mooney, who is retiring this year from the WHS Business Department, we present a gold typewriter, a 
symbol of her years of dedicated service. 

To our Student Council advisers, Mr. Grant and Mr. Thorp, a booklet of 1 001 fundraising activities. 

Our gift to Mr. Damien, who knows us all in the Vocational Senior Class, six dozen 
replacements for his English and History students who are graduating this Wednes- 
day. 

To Miss Hogarty, in recognition of her devotion to the Canine World, we award the 
Medal of St. Bernard. 

Our selection for the goodnatured English teacher in Room 215, Mr. Collins, is a 
meticulous housekeeper to keep his desk in order. 

As a treat to lunch-time favorite Jerry Rizzo, a whole school day without LUNCHES. 

A book of Irish humor is our gift to Miss Geary. 

For a sweet cooking teacher, Miss Irwin, we have found a recording of "Some- 
thing's Burning." 

Our class present for Cliff Porier, Head Football Coach, is a case of right guards for 
the upcoming season. 

At the request of your AV crew, Mr. Schubert, we suggest an ELECTRIC CIGAR. 

To play back for his Social Studies Circle, we have procured for Mr. Mach the cele- 
brated Watergate Tapes. 




A bottle of medicine is our prescription for Mr. Travalini so he won't go into a "comma." 

A toast to Mr. John Graceffa, the 1 974 groom-to-be, in the Social Studies Department. 

We provide for Ms. Fume, the Women's Lib enthusiast, a man to open all the doors of her future. 

For Mr. Sweeney, a little class. 

And for Mrs. Pilotte we have discovered a lovely wooded area where she may raise up and train her classes of "chicadees." 

Our plans for Mr. and Mrs. Matthews include a mini-mansion in Millis, Mass. 

For her comfort in the coming vacation days in the hot sun we give Miss Kouray a pair of "Cool Ray" sunglasses. 

To Mr. Ray, more sets of movies like the "Upward Bound" and "Outward Bound" series to show at Vocational and Waltham High. 

We, the Senior Class, do take our tennis coach, Mr. Rose, to a higher court where he may stir up a racket. 

To you, Mrs. Czarnowski, our conscientious and hardworking housemaster, we send a blue slip. 

To protect the life of our Driver Road teacher, Mr. Cappucci, we have taken out an additional 99C policy. 

We are publishing for Mr. Vallely a book entitled "Truly Trivial Math Problems." Included in this book is the latest Lynch equation: The 
integral of S to the EX equals the Function of U of the N power. & — ' rU 

We are borrowing Howard Cosell to referee the rivalry between the Concert Choir vs. the Stage Band . . . or is it the Stage Band vs. the 
Concert Choir? 

For Mr. Viens, who is a friend to every Italian, we have secured a bearded blackboard. 

A pair of dungarees embroidered with the signature of Helen Hayes is our gift to our Mr. Drama, Bob Eagle. 

Give a cheer for Miss Castros for all her time and effort in football and basketball cheerleading. 

The Chemistry Classes on the third floor leave His and Her McKnightrogen bottles to 
Mr. and Mrs. McKnight. 

For our devoted and diligent librarians, we have recorded "The Sounds of Silence." 

To Otho Kerr and Kevin Griffin, Class of 1 975 President and Student Council Presi- 
dent, respectively, best wishes for your success in the year to come. 

A special thanks to Mrs. Shirley for being the kind of person she is, and for all the 
work she did for Class Day. 

To our leaders, Mr. George Husson, and Mr. Ernest Viscarello, we do hereby express 
our appreciation for three memorable years of school life, and do therefore solemnly 
make deposition of this will and testament in their care on this third day of June, 1974, 
the year 5 in the life of this building. 

Witness whereof this first Monday in June, 1 974, Miss Katherine Devane, Mr. Law- 
rence Elliot, and Mrs. Barbara McCauley: We do set our hand and seal to this document. 
For the committee: Diane Cafarelli and Mary Sullivan. 







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Mrs. Mason 



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Mr. McDonnell 




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Mr-. Viens 



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Mrs. Maclure 





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Mr. Young 



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Mrs. Morns 



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Miss Collins 





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Mrs. Kanarek 



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Mr. Sullivan 





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Mr. Piantadosi 



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Mr. English 



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Mr O'Neil 




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Mrs. Pacitti 




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Mr. Santamaria 



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Mr. Nelson 



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Mr. 9treeter 





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Mrs. Johnson 



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Miss Andreassian 



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Miss Bowen 




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Dr. Yarkin 





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Mr. Walsh 



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Miss Quinn 




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Mr. Foley 




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Miss Snow 




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Miss Aucoin 




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Mrs. Martin 



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Bermuda — April, 1974 




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CARLA L. ABRAMSON 

22E Jacqueline Rd. 

With the help of God and true friends 

I come to realize I still have two strong 

legs and even wings to fly. Gregg All- 



PAUL L. ADAMAITIS 

53 Milton St. 

When I was young they packed me 

off to school. They taught me how not 

to play the game. But play we will, for 

it is our nature to do so. 

A.V. 

PAUL A. AGRILLO 
1 690 Trapelo Rd. 

Words are often unspoken, thoughts 
often unexpressed. Many times we 
force ourselves to play roles rather 
than say what we feel. It is in this way 
that walls are built and communica- 
tion lost. 
Golf 3, 4. 

MICHAEL V. ALBANESE 

53 Rosewood Dr. 

Photography Club 2; Senior Revue; 

A.V. 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 3, 4. 

CARMEN I. ALICEA 
1 89 Brown St. 

DEBRA ALLEN 

EDWARD P. ALLIA 

1 29 Bedford St. 

Happy are those who work for peace 

among men; God will call them his 

sons. 

National Honor Society; Russian 

Club; Varsity Baseball; Intramural 

Basketball; Senior Revue. 



JOSEPH ALONGI 
131 2 Trapelo Rd. 



KARYN ALTMAN 
57 Miriam Rd. 
To handle yourself, use your head; to 
handle others, use your heart. 
Varsity Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4; French Club 2; Rus- 
sian Club 2, 3; Student Council 3, 4; 
Class Treasurer 3; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; MAME; Senior Revue; 
Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Concert Choir 
4. 

KEVIN ANDERSON 
148 Overland Rd. 

THERESE ANDY 
70 Albemarle Rd. 

No busy thought in Life's throng'd 
way, Is ever lost from memory. The 
stars, tho' veiled with light by day, 
Shine on and on eternally. Ira Billman 
Italian Club 3, 4; Italian National 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4; School Health 
Consulting Comm. 2, 3; Health Educa- 
tion Dept. Office; Senior Revue. 

CAROL ANTHONY 

68 Church St. 

Understanding grows from personal 

experience. 

Swim Club 2; Senior Revue; Chorus 2, 

3. 

DIANE M.ANTICO 
23 Totten Cir. 

For every star that falls to earth a new 
one glows, For every dream that 
fades away a new one grows, When 
things are not what they would seem, 
You must keep following your dream, 
So while my heart is still believing I'll 
say good-bye. Rod McKuen 



LOUIS A. ANTICO 
260 Forest St. 

JONI M. ARANCIO 
78 Fuller St. 

RICHARD ARAUJO 
1 300 Trapelo Rd. 

Life can only be understood back- 
wards but it must be lived forwards. 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Pioneer Caterers 4; 
Wrestling 3, 4. 

ANNMARIE ARSENAULT 

50 Pleasant St. 

Time's been worse, my friends have 
gone, I won't go crazy, Life goes on. 

MAUREEN ARSENAULT 
98 Central St. 

MICHELLE ARSENAULT 
69 Hiawatha Ave. 
Senior Revue. 

PAULETTE M. ARSENAULT 
24 Leonard St. 

MICHAEL ARUTUNIAN 

51 Prospect Hill Rd. 

SHARON ASPINWALL 
1 8 Crafts St. 

The only thing a human being can do 
to be alive, to be contented with him- 
self, is to know and accept himself as 
he is; to give up once and for all try- 
ing to be someone else. 
Senior Revue. 

JOSEPH ATTARDO 

1 40 Trapelo Rd. 

Three years ago I was dying to get 

out of here. Now I'm going to miss it. 

Indoor Track 2, 3; Outdoor Track 2; 

Senior Revue; A.V. Staff; Pioneer 

Caterers 4; Crimson Crier 3, 4. 

JOSEPH F.AUCOIN 
7 Russell St. 

LEONA AUCOIN 

571 Main St. 

Only that day dawns to which we are 

awake. Thoreau 



PAUL AUCOIN 
70 Charles St. 

ROBERT AUCOIN 
29 Villa St. 

My will fulfilled will be, For in daylight 
or in dark; My thunderbolt has eyes to 
see, His way home to the mark. Emer- 
son 



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WILLIAM AUCOIN 
84 Washington St. 

DANIEL R. BABINEAU 
659 South St. 

RICHARD J. BADGER 

108FeltonSt. 

It is not possible to fight beyond your 

strength, even if you strive ... I will 

supply the Music. 

Senior Revue. 

WALTER L. BAKER 
1 08 Taylor St. 

LEEANN BALBEN 

76 Summit Ave. 

Life's but a shadow, a poor player 

that struts and frets his hours upon the 

stage. And then is heard no more. 

Shakespeare 



DONNA L. BAMFORD 
52 Exchange St. 

RONALD B. BARBER 
1 7 John St. 

PAUL D. BARIL 

1 1 4 Ravenswood Rd. 

Success is a stairway, an effort must 

be made to reach the top. 

Weight Training. 

LEE J. BARMAKIAN 

lOOHatherly Rd. 

THOMAS BARNES 

249 School St. 

What separates the enlightened man 

from the savage? Is civilization a thing 

distinct, or is it an advanced stage of 

barbarism? 

Swim Team ( Co-Captain) 2, 3, 4. 

JANET BARONIAN 

55 Canterbury Rd. 

Don't walk in front of me — I may not 

follow. Don't walk behind me — I 

may not lead. Walk beside me and 

just be my friend. Camus 

Senior Revue; Cheerleader 4. 

PATRICIA A. BAXTER K&tMta 

35 Livermore Rd. 

Life is a journey not a destination. 

Ski Team; Ski Club; Chorus; Senior 

Revue. 

VALERIE S. BAZARIAN 
44 Cedar Hill Lane 

The only rose with no thorns is friend- 
ship. 

CHRISTINE VICTORIA BELCHER 
62 Russell St. 

You are you and I am I — And if by 
chance we find each other, It's beauti- 
ful. Frederick Perls 

Concert Choir 3, 4; Chorale 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Revue; Spring Musicals 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Literary Staff 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 

DONALD W. BELLAN 
97 Ash St. 



EDWARD BELLIVEAU 
4 Lawton PI. 



SUSAN BELLIVEAU 
23 Marivista Ave. 

Mind is your garden, ideas are your 
seed. Life is the season to sow all your 
needs, Choose your seeds wisely, A 
crop will grow, You are the garden, 
God made it so. 

Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4; Ecology Club 2, 
3; Italian Club 4; Italian Honor Soci- 
ety 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 
4; Crimson Crier 3; Senior Revue. 

GINA BENNETT 
19 Wellington St. 
I'm Free. 

BRIAN P. BENSON 

90 Chaffee Ave. 

Heard melodies are sweet but those 

unheard are sweeter. Aristotle 

KAREN A. BERGERON 
29 Kendall Pk. 

MARK BERGERON 
1 Riverview Ave. 

AMY BERKMAN 
99 Sheffield Rd. 
I go to seek a great perhaps. 

DIANE BERKSTRESSER 




583 Lexington St. 

Strive for your goals and you will 

achieve true happiness. 

LINDA MARIE A. BERNARD 

57 Adams St. 

I never know what it was like to have 

my mind together. Now that I'm out 

maybe I'll make some sense. 

ROLAND BERNARD 
57 Adams St. 

HERBERT D. BETTERS 
61 Bright St. 

PETER V. BIONDO 
6 Hollace St. 

MICHAEL S. BIZZOZERO 
20 Albemarle Rd. 

GAYLE N. BLACKMAN 

84 Berkley St. 

In the life of man the most essential 

thing for happiness is the gift of 

friendship. 

Russian Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; 

Junior Prom Comm. 

RAYMOND P. BOISSEAU 
1 25 Temple Rd. 

JOHN A. BONFIGLIO 
53 Princeton Ave. 

JOSE BONILLA 
32 Vernum Pk. 

OSCAR A. BONILLA 
1 38 Crescent St. 

MICHAEL J. BONVIE 
20 Partridge Circle 

ELLEN M. BOOTH ItilMUl I l* 

1 165 Trapelo Rd. 

I've never felt so alive, I'm learning 

that there's such a world out there 

. . . and none of us has ever seen or 

felt it. Bach 

National Honor Society 3, 4; French 

Club 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT J. BORDENCA 
39 Pleasant St. 

MERCEDES I. BORRELL 

85 Silver Hill Lane 

ANNE M. BOUDREAU 

20 Bowdoin Ave. 

Time has come to say good-bye to all 

my friends at Waltham High. 

EILEEN BOUDREAU 
1 2 Plant St. 

SANDRA BOUDROT 
47 Morton St. 

DIANE BOURGEOIS 
lOKeach St. 

DORINE B. BOURGEOIS 
20 Tip Top Terrace 

DAVID BOURQUE 
56 Dale St. 

WILLIAM BOURQUE JR. 
1 25 Pond St. 

I have lived here before, the days of 
ice, and of course this is why I am con- 
cerned, And I come back to find the 
star misplaced and the smell of a 
world that has burned. Jimi Hendrix 
Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Indoor Track 
2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3, 4; Senior 
Revue. 



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EDWARD V. BOWLER 
18 Windsor Terr. 

ROBERT P. BOWLEY 
201 Ash St. 

THOMAS F. BOWMAN 
102 Marlboro Rd. 



WILLIAM BOYLE 

85 Graymore Rd. 

Life passes so quickly why not have a 

good time in the precious moments we 

call years. 

Tennis 2; Capt. 3, 4; Senior Revue. 

WILLIAM M. BRADY 
2 Clements Rd. 

KAREN E. BRANNELLY 
48 Albert Street 

You know that I'll miss you, But 
strangely I'm glad. Gonna make it 
alone. And that's what's so sad. 
Melanie 

Chorus 2; Housemaster Office 2; Sen- 
ior Revue; Senior Prom Comm. 



GLEN A. BRESSETTE 
9 Gardner Street 

CHARLES E. BRODY 
103 Calvary Street 

WAYNE M. BROSSI 
45 Dexter Street 
"It's about time" 



STEPHEN F. BROWN 

131 Villa Street 

Ride on My Son, Ride on My Son, 

Ride Until We fail 

MARIE-LOUISE BUCK 
1202 Stearns Hill Rd. 
Power Corrupts, Absolute power cor- 
rupts absolutely. Lord Byron 

JOHN V. BURGOYNE 
325 Beaver Street 

BEVERLY M. BURKE 
140 Alder Str. 

DEBORAH A. BURKE 

63 Circle Drive 

This is a place where love begins, And 

a place where love ends — And love 

asks nothing. Carl Sandburg 

Ski Club; Senior Revue; Volleyball. 

JAYNE E. BURKE 

31 Lawrence Street 

What good is a brain, if you don't 

have the intelligence to use it. 

SHEILA A. BURKE 
78 Florence Rd. 

SUS AN E. BURRELL 

102 Alder Street 

Hold on to your dreams . . . Life is 

what you make it. Give a little take a 

little. 

MICHAEL D. BUSA 
93 Marivista Avenue 





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EBORAH A. BUSHARD 
Montclair Avenue 

Ke future is a world limited by our- 
selves; In it we discover only what 
concerns us and, sometimes, by 
chance what interests those whom we 
love the most. 

E. RODNEY BUTCHER 
2 1 8 Hammond Street 

JANIS M. BUTLER 



KATHLEEN BYRON 

3 Centre Street 

I will strive to do my best, but if I do 

not succeed I will know that I have 

done my best. 

Swim Team Manager 3; Swim Team 

4; Concert Choir 3, 4; Senior Revue; 

House Office 2, 4. 

DOUGLAS C. CACCIOLA 
28 Autumn Lane 

DIANE L. CAFARELLI 
25 Gale Street 

Those who bring sunshine to the lives 
of others, cannot keep it from them- 
selves. Best of everything to the class 
of '74. 

Student Council; Class Day Comm.; 
Senior Revue; Senior Prom Comm. 

STEPHEN J. CAIRA 

38 Wingate Road 

I am not afraid of tomorrow for I have 

seen yesterday and I love today. 



CLAUDINE M. CAISSIE 
1 30 Adams Street 

It is not how much we have, but how 
much we enjoy, that makes happi- 
ness. 
Senior Revue; FTA. 

RONALD CAISSIE 
133 Adams Street 
"What's Happening?" 

LAURA CALLAHAN 
47 Overlook Road 
I always prefer to believe the best in 
everybody — it saves so much trou- 
ble. 
Senior Revue. 

MARY L. CALLAHAN 

47 Overlook Rd. 

Yesterday is experience. Tomorrow is 

hope. Today is getting from one to the 

other as best we can. 

Senior Revue. 

STEVEN CALNAN 

145 Ravenswood Rd. 

He that wrestles with us strengthens 

our nerves, and sharpens our skill. 

Our antagonist is our helper. 

Wrestling Co-Capt. 

DEBRA A. CALOGGERO 
29 Pigeon Lane 

Write on your hearts that every day is 
the best day of your life. Terry 
McGann 

Jr. and Sr. Prom Comm.; Student 
Council; Senior Revue; Future Teach- 
ers of America. 

PHILLIP J. CALSON 

31 Chase Road 

Art is a lie that enables us to realize 

the truth. 

MICHAEL CAMERON 
44 Curve Street 

JOANNE M. CAMMISARO 
1 5 Centre Street 

CONSTANCE L. CAMPBELL 
1 53 Riverview Avenue 

KATHRYN CAMPBELL 



7 Randall Street 

Happiness is a butterfly, which when 
pursued is always just beyond your 
grasp, but which if you will sit down 
quietly, may alight upon you. Nathan- 
iel Hawthorne 



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DONNA M. CAMPOSANO 
29 Ledge Road 

BRIAN A. CANNING 

31 Hatherly Road 

Rifle Team; Wrestling Team. 



CATHERINE E. CANTY 

2 1 5 Mokema Avenue 

You may give them your love but not 

your thoughts, for they have their own 

thoughts. Kahlil Gibran 

MARY E. CAPELLO 

254 Beal Road 

Go your way, I'll go mine and carry 

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GEORGE T. CAPPADONA 
635 Beaver Street 

ROBERT S. CAPPADONA 
1 96 Ash Street 

MARY ANNE CALLAHAN 
78 Hibiscus Avenue 

DAVID CALLNAN 
34 Flood Street 

RONALD T. CARDONE 
1 02 Thornton Road 

VINCENT G. CARME 
290 Dale Street 

MARYBETH CARNEY 

1 00 Hawthorne Rd. 

You give but little when you give of 

your possessions. It is when you give 

of yourself that you truly give. Kahlil 

Gibran 

Girls Varsity Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; 

Girls Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Band 

2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM J. CARPENTER 
1 63 River Street 

SUSAN CARPENTINO 
3 Macks Ct. 

JOHN J. CARROLL 
70 Canterbury Road 

ANASTASIA CARTER 
23 Newburgh Street 
Just like you I'm wondering what I'm 
doing here. Just like you I'm wonder- 
ing what's going on. 
Senior Revue. 

ANNA MARIE E. CARUSO 

7 Wayne Avenue 

And then He said, "Let those who 

have opened doors for you now close 

them," And I asked "Why" and he 

said, "For the time has come for you 

to open them yourself." 

Jr. and Sr. Prom Comm.; Future 

Teachers of America. 

CHRISTINE CARUSO 

1 349 Trapelo Road 

Good-bye Yellow Brick Road, To all 

my friends I wish the best of luck. 

ROSE MARY CARUSO 
51 Wadsworth Ave. 
It is not how much we have, but how 
much we enjoy, that makes happi- 
ness. Charles H. Spurgeon 
Italian Club 4; Senior Revue. 



CHRISTINE L. CASELLA 
1 85 Worchester Lane 
We can't return, we can only look 
back from where we came — and 
smile . . . 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2; Sen- 
ior Revue; Homeroom Rep. 

DOUGLAS G. CATE 

1 36 Rose Hill Way 

It's a time for joy, a time for tears, a 

time we'll treasure through the years 

. . . Remember? 

Chorus; Senior Revue. 

JAMES A. CAVALIERI 
234 Charles Street 

DANIEL CEDRONE 

35 Bancroft St. 

MARY A. CENTOLA 

36 Clements Rd. 

"We're free to go where we wish and 
to be what we are." Richard Bach 
National Honor Society; This Week at 
Waltham High; Housemaster Office; 
Senior Prom Comm.; Yearbook Staff; 
Senior Revue. 

JOHN J. CETRANO 

254 Weston Street 

When we look back at our years in 

this building, we'll find out that we 

had a pretty good time. 

Soccer Team 3; Italian Club 2. 

SUSAN A. CHADWICK 

1 63 Longfellow Rd. 

Times I find it hard to say with useless 

words getting in my way. Silence 

often says much more than trying to 

say what's been said before. 

French Club; Junior Prom Comm.; 

Homeroom Rep. 

FRANKLYN B. CHAFFEE 
1 30 Forest Street 

KAREN L. CHAMBERS 
229 School Street 

DANIEL F. CHAMPAGNE 
1 1 2 Myrtle Street 

MARY MARTHA CHANE 

69 Grant Street 

My future lies beyond the Yellow Brick 

Road. 

French Club; Ski Club; Senior House. 

WAYNE R. CHERNOSKY 

48 Berkley Street 

"Music is the universal language of 

mankind." Longfellow 

Don't waste your time dreaming, 

Life's too short for that. If what you 

dream is important, Do your best to 

make it happen. 

WHS Concert Band 2, 3, 4; WHS 

Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; 

Chess Team 3. 

ANN CHIASSON 

236 River Street 

With the eyes of a child, you must 

come out and see that your world's 

spinning around, and through life you 

will be a small part of a hope of a 

love that exists. In the eyes of a child 

you will see. 

Nurse's Office 2, 3; Senior Revue. 

DAVID J. CHIASSON 
1 24 Marivista Ave. 

HELEN CHIASSON 
80 Church St. 



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JOSEPH M. CHAISSO 
2 Rosemont Ave. 



ANTHONY M. CHICCO 
34 Wyola Prospect St. 

FREDERICK R. CHILDS 
25 Mountain Rd. 

HONG CHIN 
490 Lexington St. 

VIVIEN S. CHIN 
1 1 9 Rockridge Rd. 

SUSAN M. CHRISTOPHER 

19MayallRd. 

The time has come when we must say 

our goodbyes and go our separate 

ways . . . but I'll remember. 

Drama Club 2, 3; Senior Revue. 

CAROL M. CINCOTTA 
290 River St. 

It's good to be a seeker, but sooner or 
later you have to be a finder. And 
then it is well to give what you have 
found, a gift into the world for whoe- 
ver will accept it. 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Hockey Cheerleader 
4; Track Manager 2; Crimsonettes 2; 
Prom Comm. 3, 4; Student Council 
Corresponding Secretary 4; Senior 
Revue. 

DONNA J. CINCOTTA 
1 3 Ripley St. 

Along the lane of memory, The blos- 
soms never fade, For near and far still 
cherished, Are the friendships we 
have made. 
Drama Club; Senior Revue. 

JOSEPH PAUL CINCOTTA 
1 6 Winthrop St. 

MICHAEL A. CINCOTTA 

236 Forest St. 

Senior Revue; Golf Team-. 

MICHELE JULIE CIRCEO 

55 Indian Rd. 

— and then there was light . . . 

JEFFREY P. CLARKE 
48 Highland St. 

JOHN M. CLARK 
148 Forest St. 

"Life is a wave, which in no two con- 
secutive moments of its existence is 
composed of the same particles." 
Concert Choir; Chorus; German Club; 
Rifle Club; National Honor Society; 
A. V.; Intramurals. 



REBECCA A. CLASBY 
53 Chester Ln. 



SALLY A. COLLETT 

236 Grove St. 

You say it's very hard, To leave 

behind the life we knew, But there's 

no other way, And now It's up to you. 

Elton John 

Ski Club; Tennis Team; Senior Revue; 

Senior Prom Comm.; Talent Show; 

Class Day. 

KAREN M. COLLINS 

86 Chester Ln. 

Stay always within the boundaries 

where God's love can reach and bless 

you. |& 

Prom Comm. 

MARY ANN COLLINS 
91 Ellison Pk. 



ISABEL J. COLLURA 



88 Massasoit St. 

JAMES CONDON 
1 2 Kingston Terr. 

CHERYL A. CONEENY 
1 5D Dermody Rd. 

KEVIN CONNAUGHTON 
56 Bowdoin Ave. 

DIANE M. CONRAD 
282 Lincoln St. 

Where there is an end there is a new 
beginning born and although it is hid- 
den behind the hills of time it will 
emerge as the sun . . . 
Drama Club 2, 3; Ecology Club 2; 
Photography Club 3, 4; Crimson Crier 
3, 4; Literary Magazine, Co-Editor 3; 
Senior Revue; Library Aide. 

ANTHONY CONRAN 
60 Kingston Rd. 

JANET M.CONTI 
153 Alder St. 

If you love something, set it free. If it 
comes back it's yours, if it doesn't it 
never was. 

Varsity Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; J.V. Bas- 
ketball 2; Tennis 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Concert Choir 3, 4. 

PENELOPE CONTOS 

48 Shawnut Rd. 

We do not remember days We 

remember moments. 

Senior Revue. 

ARLENE A. CONZO 
73 Mayall Rd. 

LINDA L. COOPER 

1 4 Kenmore Terr. 

Seasons change with the scenery; 

Weaving time in a tapestry. Won't 

you stop and remember me. Simon 

and Garfunkel 

Latin Club 2; Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; 

Gymnastics Team 3, 4; National 

Honor Society 3, 4; Yearbook Editor; 

This Week at Waltham High; Senior 

Revue; Senior House. 

ELAINE M. CORACCIO 

54 Oakley Ln. 

Happiness makes up in height for 

what it lacks in length. Robert Frost 

Drama Club 2; Senior House; Senior 

Prom Comm. 

WILLIAM F. CORBETT . ^ 

45 Barbara Rd. 

The secret of success: Don't fail! 
George Bernard Shaw 
Basketball 2; Intramural Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Golf 3, 4; Golf Captain 4; Stu- 
dent Council 4. 

MARIANNE CORCORAN 
36 Cleveland Rd. 

My business is not to remake myself, 
but to make the absolute best of what 
God made. Robert Frost 
Pep Squad 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Year- 
book Literary Staff; Senior Revue. 

PAUL CORCORAN 
39 Fiske St. 

DIANE CORMIER 

19 Friend St. 

Keep what is worth keeping and with 

a breath of kindness blow the rest 

away. 

Senior Revue. 



KATHLEEN A. CORMIER 
54 Gilman Rd. 

You must begin by knowing that you 
have already arrived. Jonathan Liv- 
ingston Seagull 
Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 

LAWRENCE J. CORMIER 
21 Leonard St. 

TERRY L. CORRIVEAU 

1 7 Francis St. 

I can think back on times when — I 

thought I saw — thought I heard — 

Places I've visited — But didn't really 

experience. 

V. EDWARD COSTA 

1 1 8 Brown St. 

You can not experience life until you 

have lived life the fullest. Kahlil 

Gibran 

RICHARD B. COTONI 
45 Indian Rd. 

FRANCINE A. COTTONE 

265 Grove St. 

The main thing in life is not to be 

afraid to be human. Pablo Casals 

Senior Revue; Talent Show; Senior 

Prom Comm. 

DAVID COYLE 

1 35 Florence Rd. 

I have but one lamp by which my feet 

are guided and that is the lamp of 

experience. Patrick Henry 

Football 2; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 

4. 






THOMAS CREEDEN 

42 Underwood Pk. 

CATHERINE CRIPPS 

50 Exchange St. 

Those who bring sunshine into the 

lives of others, cannot keep it from 

themselves. Love is the most precious 

treasure of all. 

Chorus. 

EDWARD A. CUERDON 
96 Dobbins St. 

NANCY CUGINI 
1 44 Lowell St. 

MICHAEL W. CUMMINGS 
1 3 Lyman Terr. 

SUSIE CURRY 
1 26 Pine St. 

VIRGINIA A. CURTIS 

43 Dix St. 

PATRICIA A. CUSANO 

38 Leitha Dr. 

It is not how much we have, but how 

we enjoy that makes happiness . . . 

Ski Club, Prom Comm.; Senior Revue; 

Yearbook 4. 

BARBARA A. CUTLER 
1 Gorham St. 

Those who bring sunshine to the lives 
of others cannot keep it from them- 
selves. 

VINCENT CUTTONE 
1 6 James St. 

KAREN M. CYBULSKI 
30 Gilman Rd. 

A! Elbereth Gilthoniel! silivren penna 
miriel o menel aglar elenath, Giltho- 
niel, Al Elbereth) 
Ski Team; Ski Club; Latin Club. 



JEAN M. CZUCZWA 

14 WingateRd. 

O tempores! O mores! Cicero 

Ski Team; Ski Club; Student Council; 

Forum Club. 

KATHERINE DACEY 

34 Gill Rd. 

"Ask, and it shall be given to you; 

seek, and ye shall find; knock and it 

shall be opened unto you." Matthew 

7:7 

Nurse's Office 2, 3; Health Career 

Program. 

FRANCIS L. DAGLE 
70 Lake St. 

Far away there in the sunshine are my 
highest aspirations. I may not reach 
them, but I can look up and see their 
beauty, believe in them, and try to fol- 
low where they lead. L.M.A. 
Hockey; Soccer. 

ARTHUR P. D'AGOSTINO 

1 205 Trapelo Rd. 

In the last three years I've had some 

great thrills, but none as great as 

wrestling for Coach Pass. Thanks 

coach. 

Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 

2, 3; Senior Revue; Class Day. 

MARY DALY 

54 Arcadia Ave. 

What lies behind us and what lies 

before us are small matters compared 

to what lies within us. Emerson 

Chorale; Concert Choir; Swim Club; 

Chemistry Club. 

PATRICIA M. DALY 

5 Shade St. 

Cherish yesterday, dream tomorrow, 

live today. 

Latin Club; French Club; Drama Club; 

Newspaper Staff; Senior Revue. 

ROBERT E. D'ANGELO 
1 6 Circle Dr. 

ROY D. D'ANGELO 
1 6 Circle Dr. 

ALFRED V. D'ANGIO 
196 Villa St. 

DONALD J. DAVIS 
60 Cutter St. 

ROBERT DAVIS 
43 Galen St. 

SANDRA DAVIS 
47 Clark Ln. 

Kindness in words, creates confi- 
dence, Kindness in thinking, creates 
profoundness. Kindness in giving, cre- 
ates love. 

Senior House 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 2; 
Drama Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Cho- 
rus 3; Senior Revue. 

RICHARD DeAMICIS 
1101 Main St. 

DONNA DEFINO 
142 Dale St. 

SUSANNE DEFINO 

73 Harvard St. 

"If you smile at me I will understand 

because that's one thing everybody 

does in the same language." 

Health Careers Program. 

RALPH R. DEFLORIO 
20 Elinor Cir. 

CATHERINE DEGENHARDT 



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30 Shawmut Rd. 

My life is my own to live, love, and 
work in. 

Junior Class Pres.; Newspaper 4; 
French Club 2, 3; President 4; Tennis 
Team 2, 3; Forum Club 2, 3; Vice- 
President 4. 

ANNEM. DELANEY 

20 Charlotte Rd. 

If you compare yourself with others 

you may become vain and bitter; for 

always there will be greater and 

lesser persons than yourself. Max 

Ehrmann 

Senior Revue; Chorus 4. 

MAUREEN DELANEY 
25 l'/j Charles St. 

I have to say my friends, We're look- 
ing for a light ahead, In the distance a 
candle burns, Salvation keeps the 
hungry children fed. 
Chorale; Concert Choir; Senior Revue; 
Girls' Glee; Chorus. 

SHAWN DELOREY 
106 Prentice St. 

SUSAN DeLOSA 

391 RinerSt. 

Happiness comes of the capacity to 

feel deeply, enjoy simply, think freely 

and to be needed. 

Senior Revue. 

BERNICE L. DEMEO 
52 Orange St. 

PATRICIA M. DEMEO 
52 Orange St. 

DAVID DeMARCO 

51 Jennings Rd. 

"And it's a fair wind blowin' warm out 

of the South over my shoulder. Guess 

I'll set a course and go." D. Crosby 

and S. Stills 

SUSAN F. DEMEO 
37 Summit St. 

Miss Hogarty, thank you so much for 
everything you've helped me with in 
school, making it an enjoyable experi- 
ence for me. I appreciate it. 
Chorus; Senior Revue. 

JOANNE M. DENNEHY 

1 088 Main St. 

You can do little with faith, but you 

can do nothing without it. Butler 

Senior Prom Comm. 4; Swim Club 2; 

Chorus 3; Senior Revue 4. 

DANIEL J. DePROFlO 
1 3 Montclair Ave. 

SUZANNE R. DESPRES 
1 7 Bowdoin Ave. 

DAVID J. DEVANE 
1 44 Main St. 

JAMES D. DEVEAU 
16 Sharon St. 

JACQUELYNE DeVINCENT 
1 00 Marguerite Ave. 
If a man does not keep pace with his 
companions perhaps it is because he 
hears a different drummer. Let him 
step to the music he hears, however 
measured or far away. 
Mass. State Junior Classical League 
1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; Secretary 2, 
3; President 4; Volleyball 1 , 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2; Senior Class President; 
Senior Revue; Senior Revue Planning 
Comm.; Crimson Crier 3. 





DENISE M.DEVLIN 

70 Parkview Rd. 

Time is: Too slow for those who wait, 

Too swift for those who fear, Too long 

for those who grieve, Too short for 

those who rejoice, But for those who 

love. 

Gymnastics; Swimming. 

DARLENE M. DEVOE 
1 55 Marguerite Ave 

JOSEPH P. DIBACC 
78 Willow St. 



PATRICK S. DIGREGORY 
770 Lincoln St. 



ANN-MARIE DILUCA 
1 83 Doty St. 

One has not yet experienced true life 
until he understands his experiences 
and the beauty of the many, individ- 
ual experiences thereof and the rea- 
son for their fortuitous occurrences. 
Basketball 2; National Honor Society 
3; Ecology Club 3; Track Team 3; 
Crimson Crier Staff 3; Library Assist- 
ant 4; WHS Newspaper Sports Editor 
4; Italian Club 4; Senior Revue. 

JOHN E. DINEEN 

80 Dobbins St. 

Rejoice at your life, for the time is 

more advanced than you think. 

Soccer 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Lab 

Assistant 3, 4; Wrestling 4. 

ROBERT L. DION 

lOHillcrestRd. 

If there was nothing wrong in the 

world there would not be anything for 

us to do. 

Baseball. 

DOREEN L. DiSANZA 
4 Chester Ave. 

Way over yonder is a place that I 
know, where I can find shelter, from 
hunger and cold. And the sweet tast- 
ing good life is so easily found. Way 
over Yonder that's where I'm bound. 
Carole King 
Senior Revue. 

KEVIN J. DOHERTY 

31 Mallard Way 

Since brevity is the soul of wit, and 

tediousness the limbs and outward 

flourishes, I will be brief. Shakespeare 

Hockey 3, 4. 

MARGARET W. DOHERTY 
1 8 Brewster Rd. 

PATRICIA DOHERTY 
148 Alder St. 

FRANCIS W. DOMURAT 

80 Leitha Drive 

Beautiful memories stored away will 

brighten any future day, And held up 

save more than we spend, Life goes 

on, There is no end. 

Ski Club; Ski Team; Senior Revue. 

THOMAS DONNELLY 
69 Porter Rd. 

DONALD DOUCET 
1 96 Brown St. 

JANICE A. DOUCET 

69 Circle Drive 

Time is not measured by the passing 

of the years, but by what one does, 

what one feels, and what one 

achieves. 

Senior Revue; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Foot- 



ball Cheerleading 3; Captain 4; Sen- 
ior Prom Comm. 

KENNETH R. DOUCETTE 
83 Cabot St. 

KEVIN DOUCETTE 
47 Princeton Ave. 

LAURETTA M. DOUCETTE 
1 2 Walnut St. 

SUZANNE DOUGLAS 
98 Fiske St. 

Follow your dreams, look with your 
understanding. You have the freedom 
to be yourself, here and now, and 
nothing can stand in your way. Rich- 
ard Bach 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 2, 3, 4. 

GALE M. DOWDY 
21 DemerestSt. 

"All things must pass" Gerry Flana- 
gan 

LINDA DOWNING 

1 279 Trapelo Rd. 

Happy are those who dream dreams 

and are willing to pay the price to 

make them come true. 

CHERYL M. DOYLE 

25 Wilton St. 

"Dream until your dreams come 

true." 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3. 



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ELIZABETH M. DOYLE 
88 Vernon St. 

Far away in the sunshine are my high- 
est aspirations. I may not reach them 
but I can look at them, see their 
beauty, believe in them and follow 
them where they lead. Louisa May 
Alcott 

Student Council Recording Secretary; 
Cheerleading 4; Drama Club 2, 3; 
Thespian Society 3, 4; Junior and 
Senior Prom Comm.; Class Day. 

LORENA DOYLE 
34D Hansen Rd. 
Friendship is one body, but two souls. 

JOANNE DRIVAS 

95 Silver Hill Ln. 

Experience teaches us that love does 

not consist of two people looking at 

each other, but of looking together in 

the same direction. 



LEONARD DUBE 
507 Main St. 

PAUL M. DUBE 
378 River St. 



DENESE M. DUDEK 

1 08 Amherst Ave. 

"Happiness comes of the capacity to 

feel deeply, enjoy simply, think freely, 

and to be needed." 

Ski Club; Senior Revue. 

DAVID G. DUNLOP 
1 20 Lakeview Ave. 

CAROLYN B. DUNNE 
8 Centre St. 

On and on I go, The seconds tick the 
time out, So much left to know, And 
I'm on the road to find out. Cat Ste- 
vens 

Talent Show; Senior Revue; Photogra- 
phy Club; Chemistry Club. 

DANIEL R. DWYER 
1 8 Kenmore Rd. 



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GERARD F. DWYER 
29 Summit Ave. 

STEVEN A. DWYER 
18 Kenmore Rd. 

OWEN B. DYER 
52 Summit St. 

TERENCE B. DYKSTRA 
1 20 Robbins St. 



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PATRICIA EDMUNDS 
68 Dale St. 

Have the courage to be different with- 
out being contrary — without flaunt- 
ing your independence. The quality 
that makes us interesting, that makes 
us outstanding personalities, is the 
courage to be ourselves. 

SHARON A. EDMUNDS 

1 8 Townsend St. 

"Yesterday, when I was young." 

DEBRAJ. E1SAN 

650 Trapelo Rd. 

"I've come this far and I won't turn 

back." I had a good time at WHS 

while it lasted. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 2. 

DIANE M. ELANDER 

27 Galen St. 

Search as if you would live forever. 
Live as if you would die tomorrow 
Swim Team Manager 2; Swim Team 
3, 4; Senior Revue. 

JUDITH G. ELDRIDGE 
31 Essex St. 

To see a world in a grain of sand, and 
a heaven in a wild flower. Hold infin- 
ity in the palm of your hand and eter- 
nity in an hour. 

NABEEHA G. ELFAR 
1 83 Weston St. 

SHARON L. ELLIOT 

28 Rockridge Rd. 

"The most wasted day of all is that on 
which you have not laughed." 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior 
Revue; Chemistry Club 3. 

THOMAS B. EMBERLEY 
147 Prospect Hill Rd. 

ALFRED H. EMBERLY 
1 7 Mokema Ave. 

ROBERT ENIK 
15 Newburgh St. 

JANET M.FAGAN 
85 Hammond St. 

To know even one life has breathed 
easier because you lived, this is to 
have succeeded. Ralph Waldo Emer- 
son 

Chorale 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert 
Choir 3, 4; Senior Revue; Girls' Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; MAME 3; Yearbook. 

JOHN FAHEY 
37 Clarmont St. 

SCOn FALCONER 
3 Pine Hill Circle 

I feel that the capacity to care is that 
which gives life its deepest signifi- 
cance. Anonymous 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 3; Ski 
Team 2, 3; Wrestling Team 4; Senior 
Revue. 

STU FALCONER 
3 Pine Hill Circle 
Ski Team 2, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Senior 



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Revue; Spanish Club 2; Wrestling 
Team 4. 

DANIEL F. FAMOSI 
651 TrapeloRd. 

GAIL C. FASULO 
113 Lakeview Ave. 

ROBERT FAULSTICH 
1 4 Flagg Circle 

No more my heart shall sob or grieve. 
My days and nights dissolve in God's 
own light. Above the toil of life my 
soul is a Bird of Fire winging the Infi- 
nite. Srichinmoy 

Ski Team 2, 3; Cross Country 3, 4; 
Indoor Track 3, 4; Outdoor Track 3, 
4; Honor Society 3, 4. 

PHIL FERANTE 
39 Silver Hill Lane 

TED FILANDRIANOS 

23 Augustus Rd. 

During our years together we have 

gained friendships that will never be 

forgotten. 

National Honor Society; Ski Club; 

Senior Revue. 

BARRY FINE 

1 48 Ravenswood Rd. 

They say it doesn't matter if you win 

or not, But it does. Because it hurts to 

try to try your guts out and losel 

Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Co-Capt. 4; 

Indoor Track 2, 3, 4; Outdoor Track 

2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4. 

NOREEN FINNEY 

90 Summit Ave. 

I'm free. "It is the beginning of what I 

want to feel forever." 

STEPHANIE FIORE 
145 Sheffield Rd. 

There is nothing so well known as we 
should not expect something for noth- 
ing — we all do and call it hope. 
Howe 

THOMAS M. FLYNN 

354 Beaver St. 

You win some, you lose some, and 

some you get thrown out of by way of 

a technical. Elmo 7:7 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2; 

Lacrosse 4. 

LINDA J. FOGG 

1 45 Robbins St. 

Wondering if where I've been is worth 

the things I've been through . . . 

James Taylor 

Senior Revue. 

KATHLEEN M. FOLEY 

209 Linden St. 

"The time has come," the walrus said, 

"to speak of many things." Alice in 

Wonderland 

Vice-President of Senior Class; Senior 

Revue; Prom Comm. 

MICHAEL P. FOLEY 
79 Greer St. 

JEFFREY FORSBLAD 
1 2 Brook Way Rd. 

Be at peace with God, Whatever you 
conceive him to be, and whatever 
your labors and aspirations, in the 
noisy confusion of life keep peace 
with your soul. With all its sham, 
drudgery and broken dreams, it is still 
a beautiful world. Be careful. Strive to 
be happy. 



DEBORAH FOSKIN 
7 Mayall Rd. 

Always keep your face to the sun- 
shine and your shadows will fall 
behind you. 
Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 2. 

GERALD FOUGERE 
1 2 James St. 

THOMAS FOX 
1 60 Circle Drive 

NANCY SARAH FRANKS 

120 Russell St. 

It is not what is around us, but what is 

in us; not what we have but what we 

are — that makes us really happy 

DOUGLAS FREEMAN 
UWillardSt. 

I suppose that you have to be careful 
what you pretend to be . . . because 
one day you may wake up to find that 
is what you are. Kurt Vonnegut Jr. 
Ecology Club 2, 3; Drama Club 2, 3, 
4; French Club 2; State Regional 
Drama Festival 2, 3. 

GARY A. FREEMAN 
30A College Farm Rd. 

KATHLEEN M. FRENCH 

29 Tomlin St. 

JOU FULLER 

S6 Lakeview Ave. 

e's a place in the sun where 
e's hope for everyone, And 
efore my life is done I'm gonna find 
my place in the sun. Stevie Wonder 

JOHN J. GAGNON 
21 Friend St. 

KENNETH J. GAL 
25 Sanderson Rd. 

JOSEPH W. GALLAGHER 

30 Harris St. 

You can't always get what you want; 

but if you try sometime you just might 

find you get what you need. Mick 

Jogger 

Rifle Club; Track. 

PAUL GALLAGHER 
58 Ellison Pk. 

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GLORIA GALUTANO 
595 Beaver St. 

But now old friends are acting 
strange, they shake their heads, they 
say I've changed, for something's 
lost, but something's gained, in living 
everyday. Joni Mitchell 
Senior Revue. 

LAURAJ.GANGI 

155 Willow St. 

Dislodging a green nut from a shell is 

almost impossible, but let it dry and 

me lightest tap will do it. Ramakrishna 

LAWRENCE P. GARBER 
38 Rockridge Rd. 

f»ETERC. GARCIA 
46 Derby St. 

PATRICIA M. GARDNER 
446 Forest St. 

JUDITH A. GARRAHAN 

1 8 Brookfield Rd. 

'Somewhere over the rainbow, skies 

are blue, and dreams do come true." 

One day 1*11 wish upon my star, find 

my rainbow and my dream. 



STEVEN GARRITY 

79 Ravenswood Rd. 

I never let schooling interfere with my 
education. Mark Twain 

DIANE GAUDET 

32 Middle St. 

Learn the sweet magic of a cheerful 

face — Not always smiling, but at 

least serene. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4. 

JAMES GAUDET 
84 Goldencrest Ave. 

THERESA M. GENTILE 

10 Prospect Hill Ln. 

I never thought this day would come 

but it's finally here. 

MICHAEL J. GILBERTO 

71 Brightwood Rd. 

The tune will come to you at last. 

When all are one and one is all. To be 

a rock and not to roll. L.Z. 

PAMELA S. GILLEN 

34 Copeland St. 

Don't you ever try to go there — It's 

to dream of not to find. Things like 

that are mostly always only in your 

mind. 

Ski Team 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 

Senior Revue. 

ANNEMARIE GISBOURNE 

1 36 Amherst Ave. 

"Through love one creates his own 

personality and helps others create 

theirs." 

Junior Prom Comm.; Crimsonettes 2, 

3,4. 

JOHN GIULIANO 
83 Orange St. 

"Is there life on Mars?" David Bowie 
Aviation Club; Chess Club; Photogra- 
phy Club; Yearbook Photographer. 

PHYLLIS A. GLEASON 

80 Howard St. 

Who n'er has suffered, he has lived 
but half. Who never failed, he never 
strove or sought. Who never wept is 
stranger to a laugh, And he who 
never doubted never thought. Rev. J. 
B. Goode 

DEBBIE A. GLEDHILL 
54 Bacon St. 

JORDAN S. GLEN 

48 Copeland St. 

Never, "for the sake of peace and 

quiet" deny your own experiences or 

convictions. Dag Hammarskjbld 

Ski Club; Concert Choir; Senior 

Revue. 

MAUREEN L. GODIN 

1 57 Riverview Ave. 

Illigitimati non carborundum "Don't 

let them grind you down." 

GISELLE GOGUEN 

30 Orchard Ave. 

"Hold first to dreams, for if dreams 

die, life is a broken winged bird that 

cannot fly." Langston Hughes 

ANDREA GOODE 

34 Cabot St. 

A tree is a tree, is a tree, To be or not 

to be, High Low, High Lee, I pluralized 

is we, If this makes any sense, it's 

news to me. Mahatma Gandhi 

Senior Revue; Talent Show. 

JOSEPH R. GOODE 















39 Brigham Rd. 

A. V.; Chorus; Concert Choir. 

DANIEL J. GOODWIN 
61 Grant St. 

SHEREE L. GOODWIN . 
484 Lexington St. 

LORNAJ.GRAY 
157 Dale St. 

MARK D. GREEN 
1 8 Hiawatha Ave. 

ROBERT GREEN 
1 8 Hiawatha Ave. 

SHARON A. GRIGORAKOS 

239 Ash St. 

"All I want now is to get it over with, 

go home, and start living my life all 

over again." Jeanette Everly 

WILLIAM P. GROTH 

75 Beaver St. 

I really enjoyed my three years at 

Waltham High. 

Football 2; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 

2, 3, 4; WHS Model U.N. 

ROBERT GRUBBS 
25 Cross St. 

ARTHUR GULLOTTI 
96 Smith St. 

MARK GULLOTTI 

55 Charles St. 

Goodbye to old friends, The secrets in 
hand, With full ream of papers, In 
fantastic plans, You never will under- 
stand. Alice Cooper 

PAUL M. GULLOTTI 
87 Felton St. 

RICHARD G. GUZZI 

63 South St. 

Every day is miserable for the 

depressed, but a lighthearted man 

has a continual feast. 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Student Council 

Vice-President 4. 

RONALD HACHE 
90 Taylor St. 

BERNARD HAFFEY 
7 Sunset Rd. 

RUSSEL K. HAGOPIAN 

1 6 Kingston Terr. 

You would know the secret of death. 

But how shall you find it unless you 

seek it in the heart of life? 

Varsity Track; Intramural Basketball; 

National Honor Society. 

ZOVIG HAGOPIAN 
744 Trapelo Rd. 

When I look back and think of these 
days, I'll smile and remember. 
Drama Activities; Senior Revue; Alter- 
nate Homeroom Rep. 

CATHY B. HALLOWELL 
1 8 Overlook Rd. 

SUSAN J. HAMILTON 
121 5 Main St. 

JOSEPH W. HANCOCK 

56 Fiske St. 

ROBERT J. HANLON 
75 Milner St. 






BERNARD J. HANNON 
1 1 2 Harvard St. 



LAURA J. HARRON 

259 Lowell St. 

To be happy is not to possess much 

but to hope and to hope and to love 

much. 

DANIEL B. HARVEY 

41 Banks St. 

"Keep on going. Don't let the little 

things stop you." 

Aviation Club. 

ROBERT W.HASTIE 
84 Lakeview Terr. 

JOYCE E. HAYES 

595 Lexington St. 

"Seek the warmth of the sun and the 

rain shall touch you not." 

JUDITH HAYES 

26 Grant PI. 

You're not as smart as you think you 

are until you've proven it." 

KAREN M. HAYES 
206 Weston St. 

Freedom, to live, to wander, to expe- 
rience, to fly. 
Library Aide 2. 

PATRICIA HAYES 
149RobbinsSt. 

JOSIAH S. HAYS 
272 Linden St. 

GREGORY HEBERT 
47-4 Summer St. 

One thing Friendship is: World with- 
out end. 
Wrestling; Senior Revue. 

DEBORAH A. HEISER 

49 Chestnut St. 

"Love is never having to say you're 

sorry" "Love is being with someone 

you love" "Love is Happiness" 

Senior Revue; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Main 

Office. 

HERBERT H. HENDERSON 
68 Reservoir Rd. 

I wish that I could relive this year, for I 
know that I may not see my friends 
again. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Aviation Club 3, 4; Ger- 
man Club 2; Baseball 4. 

SHEILA J. HENNESSEY 

91 Longfellow Rd. 

"I see my light come shining from the 

west unto the east. Any day now, any 

way now, I shall be released." Bob 

Dylan 

Prom Comm. 3, 4; Class Day. 

EDMUND J. HERBERT 

1 89 Robbins St. 

"Better to be broken like a young oak 

in the hurricane than wait for rot to set 

in and eat up the heart." Iroquois 

Warrior 

Chess Club 2, 3, 4. 

DIANE R. HERRON 

45 Weir Rd. 

"We were born to love, and until we 

love, we are not alive." 

Gymnastics Team 4; Crimsonnettes 3; 

Chemistry Club 2; Senior Revue. 

LINDA HICKS 
106 Calvary St. 

ROBERT F. HIGGINS 
67 Harland Rd. 

THOMAS G. HILL 
102HobbsRd. 



To ski or not to ski, isn't a question. 
Ski Team 3, 4; National Honor Soci- 
ety 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 

PATRICK HOGAN 
1 30 College Farm Rd. 

NANCY A. HOLMES 

54 Walnut St. 

The wings of time soar past . . . but 

echos of happy yesterdays remain. 

Chorus 4. 

DONALD E. HOOVER 
85 Bowdoin Ave. 

JACK H. HOOVER 

85 Bowdoin Ave. 

"You just kinda wasted my precious 

time. But don't think twice it's alright." 

Bab Dylan 

MARIENNE E. HOUSTON 
2 Munster Terr. 

BONNIE HOWARD 

68 Chaffee Ave. 

"No man can reveal to you aught but 

that which already lies half asleep in 

the dawning of your knowledge." 

Kahlil Gibran 

Senior Revue. 

CHARLES W. HOWARD 

66 Hamilton Rd. 

ROBERT J. HOWARD 

41 Kingston Rd. 

Whatever we achieve tomorrow, we 

owe it to those of yesterday and 

today. 

IRENE M. HUFF 

231 Beal Rd. 

Chorus 4; Senior Revue. 

JOHN J. HURLEY 
1 35 College Farm Rd. 

THOMAS HYLANDER 
1 1 Rich St. 

ROBERT G. HYSON 

67 Robbins St. 

SANDRA M. IANNETTI 
78 Lafayette St. 

"Our future is bound only by the lim- 
its of our imaginations, therefore, if 
we believe in ourselves, we can 
achieve anything." 

Chorus 4; Ski Club 4; Senior Revue; 
m. 4; Class Day. 



ture is not a gift; it is an 
nt." Robert F. Kennedy 



RONALD V.JAMES 
100 Willow St. 

HENRY J. JAMROS 
52 Myrtle St. 

GERALDINE JANNONI 
73 Lunda St. 

Sharpening dulled pencils and wits 
after thorough usage . . . recalling 
wistfully ambitious plans . . . we 
leave with eyes for the future and 
s for the past. 
Revue; Prom Comm.; Chorus 4. 

JOHN R. JARRETT 
30 Edwin St. 

GARY A. JENKS 
22 Mokema Ave. 



DAVID JENSEN 
63A Hansen Rd. 

WILLIAM JERSZYK 
218 Brown St. 

WAYNE JOHANSEN 
227 Bacon St. 

DAVID A. JOHNSON 
85 Hillcrest St. 

EDITH A. JOHNSON 

57 Riverview Ave. 

Let the accused be accused, but let 
the guilty do the accusing. 
House Office 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. 

GAIL F.JOHNSON 
32 Bigelow Rd. 

DANA K. JONES 
94 Brewster Rd. 

PAMELA JONES 
82 Middlesex Rd. 

But now old friends are acting 
strange, they shake their heads, they 
say I've changed, well something's 
lost and something's gained in living 
every day. Joni Mitchell 
House Office 2, 3, 4; FTA 4. 

JAMES K. JOYAL 
26 Douglas Rd. 

I listen to the wind, to the wind of my 
soul, where I'll end up well I think, 
only God really knows. Cat Stevens 
Student Council 2; Band 2; Drama 
Club 2; Talent Show 2, 4; Cross Coun- 
try 2, 3; Senior Revue. 

ROBIN A. JOYAL 

58 Printice St. 

The making of friends who are real 

friends, is the best token we have of 

man's success in life. Edward Everett 

Hale 

Ecology Club 2; Student to Student 

Drug Comm.; Chorus 2, 3, 4; A.V. 4; 

Senior Revue. 

VERONICA A. KAVELKA 

37 Montclair Ave. 

May the road rise to greet you, may 

the wind be always at your back, and 

may the Lord hold you in the hollow 

of His hands. 

MARK S. KAITZ 
45 Banbury Ave. 

PATRICIA KAMINSKY 
50 Candace Ave. 



JOHN R. KASPER, III 

69 Wilbur Rd. 

We should all be concerned about the 

future because we will have to spend 

the rest of our lives there. 

Senior Revue. 

DEBRA L. KAY 

22 Hatherly Rd. 

I have seen my duty and done it. 

MARY E. KEEGAN 
50 Livingstone Ln. 

Each of us is in The Truth an idea of 
The Great Gull, An unlimited idea of 
freedom, and is a step toward 
expressing our real nature. Everything 
that limits us we have to put aside. 
Drama Club; Senior Revue; Girls' 
Swim Club 2, 3, 4. 

ELIZABETH M. KELLEY 

9 Robbins St. 

You give but little when you give of 










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your possessions, it is when you give 
of yourself that you truly give. 
Prophet 

JANE KELLEY 
225 Weston St. 
Tell us the difficulties can't be coun- 
ted, and let us see not only what will 
be but see with clarity these present 
times. 

MICHAEL KELLEY 
83 Cushing St. 

MARGARET A. KELLIHER 

1 36 Marlborough Rd. 

It is not what is around us, But what is 

in us; Not what we have, but what we 

are, that makes us really happy . . . 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 4 ; Bus. 

Office 2, 3, 4. 

THOMAS J. KELLY 
1 1 88 Trapelo Rd. 

LISAM. KENDERES 
67 Gregory St. 

Violence does not prove strenth, Com- 
passion does not show weakness. 
Came lot 

ROBERT D. KENNEN 
74 Seminole Ave. 



GALE M. KERSHNER 

91 MayallRd. 

In the life of man the most essential 

thing for happiness is the gift of 

friendship. 

HYP 2; Senior Revue. 






KATHLEEN T. KIELY 
4 Arcadia Ave. 

JAYNE KILEY 
390 Newton St. 

JOSEPH K. KEPPLE 
70'/2 Robbins St. 

ANNE C. KILLGALLON 
173 Willow St. 

SUNG GOO KIM 
399 Newton St. 




MARY M. KING 

41 Curtis St. 

"Isn't life strange?" Moody Blues 

Junior Achievement; Senior Revue. 

THOMAS M. KING 
163 Trapelo Rd. 

DOUGLAS G. KOSKINEN 
21 Huntington St. 

PAULA L. KRAHN 

110 Smith St. 

"Today is the tomorrow . . . That you 

worried about yesterday." 

KRISTINEM. KROM 

28 Hiawatha Ave. 

ANTHONY LaCAVA 

29 Wadsworth Ave. 

LOUIS LaCAVA 

101 Washington Ave. 

WILLIAM LaVAUCI 

89 Goldencrest Ave. 

It was a hard long struggle but I'm 

finally out! 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue. 

BRIAN K. LaFLAMME 
1 1 7 Ravenswood Rd. 
Beyond this nonsense there's a mean- 




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ing one cannot discover, only feel. 
Chess Club; Band; Forum Club; News- 
paper; National Honor Society. 

DEBRA A. LaFOUNTAIN 

292 Weston St. 

"Some men see things as they are 

and say why, I dream things that 

never were and say why not." 

George Bernard Shaw 

Ecology Club 2; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; 

Chorus 2, 3; State Regional Festivals 

2, 3; Talent Show 3; Madwoman of 

Chaillot, The Crucible; Inherit the 

Wind; The Serpent; Dark of the 

Moon. 

THOMAS H. LALLY 
75 Warwick Ave. 

THOMAS A. LAMMATINA 
lOColburnSt. 

"In the beginning anything is possi- 
ble. From the center I can choose to 
go anywhere. I'm still a child. But I'm 
concerned because what I *eject can 
still run my life." 

Drama Club 2, 3, President 4; Forum 
Club; President 4; National Honor 
Society, V.P. 3, 4; Indoor Track 3, 4; 
Outdoor Track 4; Student Council 2, 
4; Senior Revue,- German Club 2, 3; 
Chess Club 2. 3, 4. 

BARBARA E. LANDRY 

86 Summit St. 

"Nothing in the world can take the 

place of persistence. Education alone 

will not: the world is full of educated 

derelicts." 

Senior Revue. 

DENISE LANDRY 

55 Alder St. 

One must not tie a single anchor nor 

life to a single hope. 

FRANCINE A. LANDRY 
50 Vernon St. 

LISA M. LANDRY 

1 25 Virginia Rd. 

"There are two ways of spreading 

light, to be the candle or the mirror 

that reflects it." 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Italian 

Club 4. 

LIZANN J. LANDRY 

70A Coder St. 

The moon tide is upon us and our half 

waking have turned to a fuller day, 

we must part. 

Senior Revue. 

GAIL M. LANE 

647 Trapelo Rd. 

I will not follow where the path may 

lead, but I will go where there is no 

path and I will leave a trail. 

MARC S. LAPENTA 

30 Manor Rd. 

"Look with your understanding, find 

out what you already know, and 

you'll see the way to fly." Bach 

Wrestling 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; 

Baseball 2, 3, 4. 

DEBORAH M. LaPORTE 

1092 Main St. 

Better late than Never. 

RICHARD E. LAROSA 
1 Foundry Ave. 

DARLENE A. LAROSEE 
84 Lowell St. 



WANDA E. LARRABEE 
1 4 Overlook Rd. 

MARC P. LASHAWAY 
588 Lexington St. 

"The eternal silence of these infinite 
space terrifies me." Pascal 
Forum Club; Chess Club; Photography 
Club; National Honor Society; Intro- 
mural Volleyball. 

RONALD LASSMAN 
39 Farnsworth 

SUSAN LAVOIE 

20 Lowell St. 

I made it. Weil, all right. I told you I'd 

do it for you Mr. Belliveau. 

KENNETH LeBLANC 
737 South St. 

MICHAEL LeBLANC 
35 Tomlin St. 

PAUL J. LeBLANC 
1 8 Hagar St. 

SHIRLEY M. LeBLANC 

66 Fiske Ave. 

"Fear not mat your life shall come to 

an end, But rather fear that it shall 

never have a beginning." Newman 

SUSAN M. LeBLANC 

1 4 Fiske Ave. 

"Imagination is more important than 

knowledge." A. Einstein 

THERESA LeBLANC 

50 Worcester Lane 

"Well sometimes you have to moan 

when nothing seems to suit you, but 

nevertheless you know, you're locked 

towards the future." Cat Stevens 

Senior Revue; Drama. 

DEBBIE LEE 
12 Charles St. 

Hello people, I am Debbie and I am 
alive and existing because my pres- 
ence intrudes upon that of yours. 

THERESA MARIE LEGER 
373 Newton St. 

"The important thing is this: to be able 
at any moment to sacrifice what we 
are for what we could become." 
Charles DuBois 

Senior Revue; Chorale 3, 4; Concert 
Choir 3, 4 (Secretary); Girls' Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Softball 
2; "Peter's Gospel"; "Mame"; Class 
Day; Spring Musical 4, 



There is no 

. There is no 

. There is 



KATHERINE A. LeLIEVRE 
1 26 Princeton Ave. 
"Without Honesty . . . 
Truth, Without Truth . . 
Love, Without Love . 
Nothing. 
Senior Revue. 

[ATHLEEN M. LEMONT 
30 Hillcrest Rd. 

ROBERT LEMONT 
30 Hillcrest Rd. 



KEVIN JOSEPH LEPORE 
7 Azalea Rd. 

I'm glad I smartened up for my senior 
year. If not, it would have been a 
total loss. Thanks a lot, Mr. Poirier. 
Ski Club 3, 4; Football 4; Camera 
Club 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; Wres- 
tling 4. 

ID LERNER 



145 Circle Dr. 

JOAN A. LESHANE 
5 Temple Rd. 

AMY E. LESTER 

25 Harland Rd. 

"Great thoughts, like great deeds, 
need no trumpet." Bailey 
Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; Sen- 
ior Revue; Talent Show; GBYSO 3, 4 ; 
MYWE 4; District 2, 3, 4; "Fiddler on 
the Roof"; "Mame." 

WINONA LESTER 

102 Prentice St. 

"Neither will they say, 'Behold, here it 

is,' or 'Behold, there it is.' For behold, 

the kingdom of God is within you." 

Luke 17:21 

Senior Revue; Class Day. 

KEVIN LEVEY 
45 Banks St. 

PATRICIA LEVEY 
45 Banks St. 

"Today something is happening to the 
whole structure of human conscious- 
ness a fresh kind of life is starting." T. 
DeChardin 

MADELYN LEWIS 

1 30 Bright St. 

Well, it was a fun three years. I met a 

lot of people and together we grew 

up and helped prepare each other for 

the years to come. 

Junior Prom Committee; Senior Revue. 

DONNA R. UNDO 
46E Prospect Hill Rd. 

PATRICIA A. LINIHAN 

1 1 5 Lexington St. 

Goodbye 

Nurse's Office 2, 3, 4. 

DANIEL T. LINK 

234 Temple Rd. 

"It is not what is around us, but what 

is in us; not what we have, but what 

we are that makes us really happy." 

Latin Club 2; Ski Club 2, 4; Yearbook. 

LOUISE LIRETTE 
55 Dartmouth St. 

ANITA LOUISE LITURI 
1 78 College Farm Rd. 
"If you smile at me I will understand 
because that's the one thing every- 
body does in the same language." 
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young 

ANNE LIVINGSTON 

88 Dobbins St. 

Set me adrift in a sea of hope, I'll set 

my sail to a new horizon. 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Concert 

Choir 3, 4; Crimsonettes 2; Girls' 

Swimming 2, 3; "Peter's Gospel" 3; 

Senior Revue. 

EDWARD LOGUE 
71 Circle Dr. 

FRANCES ANN LOMBARDI 

1 6 Benefit St. 

Hide not your talents, for use they 

were made; For what's a sundial, in 

the shade. 

Homeroom Representative; Talent 

Show; Prom Committee. 

SCOTT LOMBARDI 

26 Orchard Ave. 

"I'll never grow up." Peter Pan 

M. JANICE LOMBARDO 












31 Hamblin Rd. 

"It is only the beginning of what I 

want to feel forever." Chicago 

POMPEA LOMBARDO 
1 38 Vernon St. 

"We do not remember days, We 
remember moments." 
Drama Club 3, 4; Italian Club 3, 4 
(Secretary); Italian Honor Society 2, 
3, 4; Student Council 3; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Revue; Yearbook; National 
Honor Society; "This Week at Walt- 
ham High" Staff. 

DONALD J. LONG 
1 5 Totten Ct. 

FRANCIS LOPRESTI 
17 Gale St. 

KAREN A. LORETTE 
1 57 Summer St. 

JUDY LOUGHLIN 
70 Longfellow Rd. 
Watertown 

"You give little when you give of your 
possessions. It is when you give of 
yourself that you truly give." Gibran 
Helping Young People; Chorus; Con- 
cert Choir; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; Talent Show; 
Senior Revue; Class Day Committee. 

PEGGYANN LOYND 
36 Glen Circle 

Time passes by but our memories live 
on. 

Spring Musical 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Tal- 
ent Show; Senior Revue; Class Day. 

JANET F. LUCAS 

52 Carlin Rd. 

Today is the tomorrow you worried 

about yesterday!! 

JOHN E. LUCAS 
20 Lawndale Ave. 

JUDITH LUNA 
72 Francis St. 

"My Lord is First, My Friends are Sec- 
ond and I am Third." 
Drama Club 2; Concert Choir 3, 4; 
Peter's Gospel; Chorus 3, 4. 

CHERYL LUPINSKI 

23 Willard St. 

"I'd rather learn from one bird how to 

sing than teach ten thousand stars 

how not to dance." e. e. cummings 

Drama Club 2; Softball 3; Senior 

Revue; Senior Prom Committee. 

VINCENT LYONS 
1 7 Centre St. 

PAUL MARBARDY 
311 2 Stearns Hill Rd. 

HEIDI MacARTHUR 
59 Harland Rd. 

"The future is not a gift, It is an 
achievement." Robert F. Kennedy 
Band; Ecology Club; Chess Club; Ger- 
man Club; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica; Field Hockey. 

ANN MARIE MacDONALD 

20 Vernon St. 

Makin' friends for the world to see. 

With a friend at hand you will see the 

light. If your friends are there then 

everything's all right. 

JANE E. MacDONALD 



28 Dix St. 




Wrinkles should merely indicate 
where smiles have been. 



BRENDA L. MacDOUGALL 
61 9 Lincoln St. 

Memory, like tapestry, sets forth in 
colors gay, the hopes, the dreams, the 
happiness that blessed our yesterday. 
German Club; Ski Club; Chorus; Sen- 
ior Revue. 

PAULJ.MacKAY 
1 63 Chestnut St. 

ROBERTA MacLENNAN 
601 Lexington St. 
My tune, it does not change, And nei- 
ther does your song, And words, I use 
them rarely — When I'm all alone. 

KEITH D. MacPHERSON 
69 Stow St. 

CHERYL MADDEN 

87 Overland Rd. 

It won't be long before another day, 

We're going to have a good time, 

And no one is going to take that 

away. 

KATHLEEN MAGUIRE 

8 Sioux Ave. 

"Go placidly amid the noise and 

haste and remember what peace 

there may be in silence." 

Latin Club 2; Ski Club 2. 

ROBERT J. MAHER 
40 Ravenswood Rd. 

ELAINE M. MAHONEY 
90 Mallard Way 
"Time present and time past. Are both 
perhaps present in time future. And 
time future contained in time past" T. 
S. Eliot 

Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4; Crimson Crier 3 
(Literary Editor) 4, Co-Editor 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3 (Senior Advisor) 4; Senior 
Revue,- Yearbook — Profile Editor; 
Forum Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society (Secretary) 3, 4; International 
Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; Drama Prod- 
uctions 2, 3, 4. 

BERNADETTE A. MAILLET 
250 Calvary St. 

PAUL G. MAILLET 

29 Hillcrest Rd. 

EDWARD C. MALLOY 
3 Outlook Rd. 

DAVID T. MALONEY 
9 Summit St. 

KATHLEEN M. MALONEY 

30 Summit St. 

"Through the upland meadows I go 

alone. For I dreamed of someone last 

night. Who is waiting for me." J. G. 

Fletcher 

Drama Club 2, 3; Literary Book "72- 

73." 

DEBORAH A. MANCUSO 

1 8 Lyman Terr. 

i 

VINCENT C.MANDILE 
702 Wellesley St. 
(On being asked to define New Orle- 
ans Jazz) 

"Man, when you got to ask what it is, 
you'll never know." Louis Armstrong 
Band 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; 
Northeast District Band 4. 

PATRICIA A. MANIACE 
1 5 Sanderson Rd. 



"To be happy with oneself is the 
essence of life. To bring happiness to 
others is the essence of living." 
Intramural Tennis 3; Italian Club 4. 

LINDA J. MANNING 
28 Overlook Road 

LYNNE A. MANNING 
1 92 Adams St. 

LYNNE D. MANN 
45 Rich St. 

. .If flight be your heart's desire. 
Then fly, fly, fly . . . For we must fol- 
low our dreams to be truly free." 

JOANNE MANZON 
1 3 Marion St. 

NANCY A. MANZON 
1 3 Marion St. 

"Only when we pause to wonder, Do 
we go beyond the limits of our little 
lives." RodMcKuen 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Class Day Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Revue; Gymnastics; Talent Show 
2, 3, 4; Fall Drama Productions 2, 3, 
4; Spring Musicals 2, 3, 4; State 
Drama Festival 3; Senior Revue Plan- 
ning Committee. 

DEBRA L. MARA 
91 Vernon St. 

"Yesterday is but today's memory 
and tomorrow is today's dream. Let 
lay embrace the past with remem- 
rance and the future with longing." 
iahlil Gibran 
ouse Office 2, 3; Senior Revue. 

GARY MARCHESS 
79 Bright St. 

"If I told you what it takes to reach 
the highest high . . . You'd laugh and 
say nothing is that simple." 
Ski Team 2, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, 
Weight Training 2; Drama Club 2; 
Spring Musicals 2, 3; Thespian Soci- 
ety 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Class Day; 
Talent Show 4; Co-Editor Senior Yeor- 
book; National Honor Society 4. 

SHEILA MARCOU 
40 Beaver Brook Rd. 

HRISTOPHER MARQUS 
117 Alder St. 

STEVEN M. MARSOCCI 
174 Doty St. 

"Sit yourself down at the piano. Just 
about in the middle, Put all your fin- 
gers on the black notes. Anywhere 
you want to. Sing along — write a 
mj, And understand that you can 

ional Honor Society 3 (President) 
4; Student Council 3, 4; Senior Board 
roma Club 2, 3, (President) 4; Fall 
ki Productions 2, 3, 4; Senior 
e 3, 4; State Drama Festival 3, 4 
itate Cast 3); Talent Show 2, 3; 
Spring Musicals 2, 3; Thespian Honor 
Society 2, 3, 4; Stage Band 4; French 
Club 2, 3. 

NANCY L.MARSTON 

50 Trapelo Rd. 

"Write on your hearts that every day 

is the best day of the year." Ralph 

Waldo Emerson 

Ski Club 2; Senior Revue,- Tennis 2, 3; 

Future Teachers of America 4; Senior 

Prom Committee. 

BRIAN A. MARTIN 
1 52 Trapelo Rd. 



DIANE MARTIN 
14 Barnes St. 

"Every individual has a place to fill in 
the world, And is important in some 
respect, Whether he chooses to be so 
or not" Nathaniel Hawthorne 
Senior Revue; Homeroom Representa- 
tive; Yearbook Staff; Class Day. 

JOHN S. MARTIN 
26 Plant Rd. 

MICHAEL MARTIN 
51 Columbus Ave. 

BARRY C. MASHO 

1 1 Helen St. 

"We all need friends to help us 

through these times." 

Fall Drama Productions 4; French 

Club; Intramural Basketball; Ecology 

Club. 

CLIFFORD V. MASON 

24 Warwick Ave. 

"Explore the universe for the key to 

knowledge; Explore your mind for the 

key to happiness." 

Senior Revue 4; Yearbook Staff 4; 

Audio-Visual 2, 3, 4; Darkroom Club 

2, 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; German 
Club 2; Student Council 4. 

JOHN MATTONE 
15ShawmutRd. 

FRANK R. MAYNES 
33 Winter St. 

mary p. McCarthy 

60 Lakeview Avenue 

marybeth McCarthy 

195 Villa St. 

nancy m. McCarthy 

39 Marlton Rd. 

"Though we travel the world over to 
find the beautiful, We must carry it 
with us or we will find it not." 

Patricia McCarthy 

1 1 1 Greer St. 

KYLE McCLUSKEY 
28 Francis St. 

"The most essential thing for happi- 
ness is the gift of friendship." 
Junior Achievement 2; Drama Club 2, 

3, 4; Senior Revue. 

MAUREEN G. McCUE 
1 07 Farnum Road 

LYNN M. McDONALD 

49 Seminole St. 

"Laughter is the shortest distance 

between two people." 

TERRANCE McDONALD 
6 Adler Terrace 

KEVIN J. McELLIN 
21 High Rock Circle 
"It's permissible to be content with 
what one has, but never with what 
one is." 

Sophomore Football; Intramural Bas- 
ketball; National Honor Society. 

SHARON McFARLAND 
326 Crescent St. 

PATRICIA McGANN 
96 Church St. 

WALTER T. McGOVERN 

51 Farwell St. 

"Carole King, James Taylor, Tom 

Rush, Listen to their rhymes. They 









always talk of the times, Through 
love, through hate something always 
shines." 

SCOTT McGRATH 
22 Dermody Rd. 

JAMES MclVER 
74 Pine Hill Circle 

PETER M. MclVOR 
29 Hagar Lane 

BRIAN M. McKEON 
36 Mountain Rd. 

MICHAEL T. McKEON 
286 Lake St. 

ANN M. McLAUGHLIN 

55 Ravenswood Rd. 

"A new day, a new way, And new 

eyes to see the dawn. Go your way, 

I'll go mine and carry on." Crosby, 

Stills, Nash, and Young 

KAREN A. McLAUGHLIN 
153 Villa St. 

"Those school girl days of telling tales 
and biting nails are gone, but in my 
mind they still live on and on." 
Ski Club 2; Senior Revue; Senior 
Revue Committee; Costume Commit- 
tee; Class Day Committee. 

CHERYL M. McMAHON 

789 Lincoln St. 

"To help others is to help yourself." 

Gymnastics 3; Main Office 4. 

LINDA McNULTY 
368 Weston St. 

STEPHEN R. McSHANE 

68 Barbara Rd. 

"It has always been my rule never to 

smoke when asleep, And never to 

refrain when awake." Mark Twain 

MARSHA J. MEADE 
40 Vernon St. 

CHERYL ANN MELIONES 
1 73 Ravenswood Rd. 
The time has come when we must say 
our goodbyes, and go our separate 
ways ... but I'll remember. 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2 ; Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Yearbook Edi- 
tor — Sports. 

PAUL J. MELI 

26 College Farm Rd. 

JOHN M. MELLOW 
73 Mountain Rd. 

DONNA MESITE 

1 20 Totten Pond Rd. 

Follow your dream wherever it leads, 

don't be distracted by less worthy 

needs, make sure you find it before 

it's too late, because a dream's what 

you make it, whatever it takes. 

JOHN P. MESSINA 

82 Marianne Rd. 

Written assumptions, what are they 

worth? Can I make fire. 

SUSAN MILIOTO 
151 FeltonSt. 

GEORGE MILLER 
55 Cleveland Rd. 

LEIGH A. MILLER 
7 Noonan St. 



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MARILYN MILLER 

15 Outlook Rd. 

On your shoulders I shall always 

place the burden of reality . . . not 

upon mine! 

MELINDA SUE MILLER 

17-1 Garden Circle 

I looked for my soul but my soul could 

not see, I looked for my God but my 

God eluded me, I looked for a friend 

and then I found all three. Thomas 

Blake 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; 

Secretary Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; 

Drama Festival 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; 

Concert Choir 3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 

2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Field 

Hockey 2; District Chorus 3; Senior 

Revue; Talent Show 2, 3. 

DAVID W. MILLIGAN 
34 Park St. 

ROY A. MILNER 
243 School St. 

PATRICIA MONAGHAN 
95 Adams St. 

You can't buy or borrow a minute — 
time's not for sale. Time is life — so 
waste not the runaway moments — 
so this I wish you — Good times, gol- 
den hours, happy days. Patience 
Strong 

ELIZABETH A. MONTGOMERY 

1 325 Trapelo Rd. 

I am finally at peace with myself. 

Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Bob 

Dylan, I love you. 

Art Department. 

FRANK MONTILLO 

129 Myrtle St. 

It's been a long time comin' going to 

be a long time gone. Crosby, Stills, 

Nash and Young. 

Italian Club 2, 4; Stage Band 2, 3, 4; 

Varsity Soccer 3, 4. 

MARY MONTOOTH 
6WilmotRd. 

Dreams to look forward to, memories 
to look back upon. 

Girls' Swimming 2; Swim Team Man- 
ager 3, 4; FT A 4; Homecoming Atten- 
dant 2; Ass't Editor Business Staff 4; 
Senior House 4; Ecology Club 4; Jun- 
ior and Senior Prom Comm.; Senior 
Revue Comm. 

KAREN L. MOONEY 
48 Derby St. 

ROBERT MOONEY 
50 Kingston Rd. 

MICHAEL F. MOORE 
44 Hiawatha Ave. 

RORY MOORE 
74 Bowdoin Ave. 

PATRICIA K. MORAN 

30 Barnes St. 

Time is not measured by the passing 

of the years, but by what one does, 

what one feels, and what one 

achieves. 

VINCENT MORREALE JR. 
1 669 Trapelo Rd. 

I won't be laughing at the lies — 
when I'm gone and I won't question 
how or when or why — when I'm 
gone, can't live proud enough to die 
— when I'm gone, so I guess I'll have 
to do it while I'm here. Phil Ochs 



Newspaper 4; Sophomore Vice-Pres.; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; 
Talent Show 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Student to Student Drug 
Comm. 2; Chess Club 2. 

MARYT.MOSCATO 
260 Warren St. 

EILLEN MOSES 
48 Hays Rd. 

If a man doe* not keep pace with his 
companions, perhaps it is because he 
hears a different drummer, let him 
step to the musk he hears, however 
measured or far away. Henry David 
Thoreau 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Thespian Society 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 3; Drama Fest. 2, 3; 
k* Prom Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; 
Class Day Comm.; This Week at Walt- 
ham High; Senior Revue. 

MATTHEW MUIR 

33 Bigelow Rd. 

Gullenl Friedrkh Durrenmatt 

Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Patrol 2, 3, 4; 

Russian Club 2; German Club 2. 

CAROL A. MULLANEY 
1 235 Trapeb Rood 
I go my way, you go your way, and at 
the end if we should find each other it 
will be beautiful. 

Housemaster's Office 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Girls' Sports 2; HYP 2; Cho- 
rus 2. 

MARGARET MULLANEY 

32 Pleasant Si 

As time goes on I realize just what 

you mean to me, and now that you're 

near promise the love that I've watted 

to share, and colour my world. Chi- 



or Revue; Prom Committee. 

PAULA J. MULLEN 
141 Villa St. 

>nd so you see 1 have come to doubt, 
All that I once held as true. I stand 
alone without beliefs, The only true I 
know is you. Simon and Garfunkel 
Senior Revue; MYF 2, 3, 4; Home- 
room Rep. 2. 

ROBERT A. MULLINS 
66 B Prospect Hill Rd. 

ROBERTA MUNGER 

26-1 Garden Lane 

The best way to defeat an enemy is to 

make him a friend. 

Madwoman of Chaiilot; Talent Show 

2; Senior Revue. 

PATRICIA J. MURPHY 

1094 Main St. 

Freedom — You are free and only 

free when you are responsible to be 

free, To say I am, To believe I am. 

JUDY A. MURPHY 

43 Wellington St. 

Love is never having to say you're 

sorry. 

Library Aide; Senior Revue. 

JEANNE L. NADEAU 

38 Bennett St. 

High and wide and handsome, Honest 

and clean and free, As young as 

Spring, Adventurous thing, Life 

should, and life should be. 

DAVID M. NAJARIAN 
40 Smart St. 



ARTHUR J. NALLY 
1 2 Waverly Oaks Rd. 

BRIAN NAVIEN 

9 Caldwell Rd. 

Few things in life work as well as a 

Volkswagen. 

Band. 

DAVID NEFF 

216 Pine Hill Circle 

VALERIE A. NICOLAI 
1 2 Marion St. 

KAREN NIEMYSKI 

24 Murray St. 

I believe in the sun even if it is not 

shining. I believe in love even when I 

am alone. I believe in God even when 

He is silent. 

JOSEPH NOCERA 

20 Floral Circle 

What would you rather be, a Kohou- 
tek, or a bone or both? 
Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 3, 4 ; Rifle Club 4. 

EILEEN M.NOLAN 
1 40 Seminole Ave. 

CHERYL K. NOONAN 
44 Sartell Rd. 

DEBORAH J. NOONAN 
208 Beal Rd. 

The most essential thing happiness is 
the gift of friendship. 
Talent Show 2; Chorus 2, 3; Chemis- 
try Club 3; Jr. Prom Comm.; House- 
master's Office 2, 3; Crimsonettes 2, 
3, 4; Senior Revue; Senior Board. 

MARK T. NORDSTROM 

21 6 Ash St. 

SHEILA V. NORDSTROM 

21 6 Ash St. 

And now abideth faith, hope and 

charity, these three and the greatest 

of these is charity. I Corinthians 

(13:13) 

RICHARD L. NORTON 
109 Chestnut St. 

DEBORAH NWACHON 
1 68 Felton St. 

LAUREN A. O'BRIEN 
1 4 Lyman Terr. 

RICHARD J. O'BRIEN 
1 1 3 Thornton Rd. 

JOANNE E.O'CONNELL 
36 Friend St. 

ROGER E. O'CONNELL 

1 1 4 Greer St. 

Let there be peace for all who intend 

no harm and is a friend to everyone, 

but let those who intend harm upon 

the innocent be damned. 

German Club; Drama Club; INHERIT 

THE WIND. 

GAYLE O'HALLORAN 
50 Barbara Rd. 

Time is not measured by the passing 
of the years, but by what one does, 
what one feels, and what one 
achieves. 

Chemistry Club 3; Prom Comm. 4; 
Senior Revue; Volleyball 4; Home- 
room Rep. 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 

TIMOTHY L. O'HARA 




your own 
Senior Revue. 



true. 



















KATHLEEN A. O'HEARN 

38 Autumn Ln. 

Live free and in your own way, You 

were born to die. 

WILLIAM C. OHNEMUS 
30 Greenwood Ln. 

ELIZABETH A. OLIVA 

66 Kingston Rd. 

In the life of man, the most essential 

things for happiness is the gift of 

friendship. 

Senior Revue. 

ROSEMARIE T. OLIVO 
44 Albert St. 

CATHERINE R. O'NEAL 

7 Wingate Rd. 

And think not you can direct the 

course of love, for love, if it finds you 

worthy, directs your course. Kahlil 

Gibran 

Latin Club 2, 3. 

ELLEN O'NEIL 

228 School St. 

Change is a law of life, and those who 

look only to the past are certain to 

miss the future J.F.K. 

Ski Club 2; Class Day Committee. 

PATRICK O'REILLY 

68A Prospect Hill Rd. 

Personally I am always ready to 

learn, although I do not always like 

being taught. 

Football 2. 

MARY O'RIELLY 
1 5 Robbins St. 

I go to seek on many roads what is to 
be, True heart, and strong, with love 
to light — Will they not bear me in 
the fight, To order, shun, wield or 
mold my destiny? O. Henry 
Gymnastics 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; "This 
Week at Waltham High" 4; Chemistry 
Club 3, 4; Senior Revue. 

MARY R. ORIFICE 
88 Princeton Ave. 

MARYELLEN OROURKE 

26 Bruce Rd. 

An aim in life is the only fortune worth 

finding. 

Band. 

MICHAEL J. O'TOOLE 

24 Hillcrest Rd. 

STEPHEN OUELLETTE 
152 Pine Hill Circle 

WILLIAM L. OUELLETTE 
326 Lexington St. 

MARTHA PAGE 

50 Fairmont Ave. 

I have not failed for at least I have 

tried. 

Chemistry Club 3; Senior Revue; 

String Orchestra 3, 4; National Honor 

Society 3, 4; Yearbook Editor 4; 

Ward Rep. 3. 

WALTER PAGE 
146 Florence Rd. 

LINDA PALMER 

25 Temple Rd. 

We must have room to be alone to let 






our closekept thoughts run free, For 

what is today without time to wonder, 

And what is tomorrow without a 

dream. 

Ski Club; Senior Prom Committee; 

Class Day Committee. 

LORRAINE PALMER 
92 Chester Lane 

NEIL R. PALMER 
1 27 Whitman Rd. 

MICHAEL PALMERINO 
45 Circle Drive 

When you have eliminated the impos- 
sible, whatever remains, however 
improbable, must be the truth. 
Band 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2, 3. 

LINDA PAOLICELLI 

37 Lafayette St. 

"The life which is unexamined is not 

worth living." Socrates 

Girls' Swim Club. 

JOSEPH J. PAULINO 
274 Grove St. 

CAROLYN PAPIA 

"Friendship is the most precious treas- 
ure of all." You'll always need a 
friend. 

BEVERLY PARK 

54 Sartell Rd. 

To those many I have said my last 

goodbye, To the friends I have made 

through the years, let them know that 

none will fill their places. 

Senior Revue. 

ROBERT E. PARKER 
182 Church St. 

TRINA PARRISH 

34 Curtis St. 

With all its drudgery and broken 

dreams, It is still a beautiful world. Be 

careful. Strive to be happy. 

JOSEPH PASCISCIA 

770 Trapelo Rd. 

I got by with a little helpl from my 

friends. Thanks 'cause I'm (Dopey) 

Senior Revue 

ROBERTA PERKINS 
79 Montclair Ave. 

If you have a friendship that can bring 
happiness to someone else, then hap- 
piness will never be far from your life. 
Chorus. 

MARIANNE PROFITA 
26 Rosewood Dr. 

JOSEPH PAVONE 
294 Forest St. 

"You can't experience life until 
you've lived life to the fullest." Kahlil 
Gibran 

Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2; J.A. 3, 4. 

JOAN PEDERSEN 

162 Dale St. 

Russian Club 2; Chemistry Club 3; 

Latin Club 3; Swim Team 3. 

EDWARD PELLETIER 
1 62 Summer St. 

It has been a long three years a few 
worries and a few fears. But now the 
past is gone I must keep moving on. 
So when it's time for leaving you have 
to understand that I was born a ram- 
blin' man. 

RONALD J. PELLETIER 



94 Cedorwood Ave. 

ALBERT S.PETERSON 
15 Bradford St. 

JANELLE PETERSON 
158 Bright St. 

I have had playmates, I have had 
companions, In my days of childhood 
in my joyful schooldays, All are gone, 
'te old familiar faces, 
brary Media Center 2. 

ARTHA E. PHEENEY 
160 Myrtle St. 

NANCY PHILLIPS 

1105 Lexington St. 

~ ting classified into different groups 

s really unfair because basically 
e're all the same. We all need to 
ive and receive love and care, 
asketball. 

ANIEL L. PIDGEON 
8 Hibiscus Ave. 

HYLUSJ.P1NTABONE 

74 Lexington St. 

hey can take your golden rings. They 

an steal your schemes, Lord, they 

an take your own dear love. But they 

an't take your dreams. 

ANDRA PUCE 

8D Prospect Hill Rd. 

ome call it destiny, some others fate, 

ut it is always our hand that turns the 

heel of our lives. 

ield Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 

'olleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Senior 

evue; National Honor Society. 

HANET.PORRETTA 
51 Prospect Hill Rd. 

>IANE PRATT 
19 Bond St. 

II things bright and beautiful, All cre- 
tures great and small. All things wise 
nd wonderful. The Lord God made 
lem all. Cecil Frances Alexander 

SUSAN PRATT 
119PondSt. 

'\ICHAELK.PRESCOTT 
70 Lexington St. 

ANETPRIDHAM 

(Fuller St. 

Ve may never pass this way again. 

icology Club 2. 

WAWNA PRIESTAMN 
>1 Mountain Rd. 

ou will find as you look back on your 
fe that the moments that stand out 
ire the moments when you have done 
Wrtgs for us. Henry Drummortd 
>rama Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3; Talent 
ihow; Senior Revue. 

EEPRINCtOTTA 

01 Hobbs Rd. 

low you are ready for the most diffi- 

ult and the most fun of all — to fly 

rraight up and know the meaning of 

indness and love. Richard Bach 

iki Club 2, 3, 4; Forum Club 3; Chem- 

ttry Club 3; Drama Club 3; Yearbook 

ditor; Senior Revue; Harvard Model 

I.N.; National Honor Society. 

"IELLE R. PROVENCHER 

imit St. 

ATHLEENA.QUINN 
7 Holloce St. 



ERNEST A. RANDOLFI 
970 Trapelo Road 

"To all my friends from WHS, may 
you experience happiness and suc- 
cess in achieving your goals." Thanks 
to Coach Pass for everything. 
Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; 
Soccer 4; Senior Revue. 

CHRISTINE M. RANDO 

60 Hobbs Brook Road 

Nothing in Life is to be feared; just to 

be understood. 

LINDA M. RANDO 

598 Lexington Street 

All confusion has been myself, I do 

not know I seek, I find ... Do you 

not see how everything that happens 

keeps on being a beginning? 

STEPHEN J. RANDO 
151 College Farm Road 

JAMES E. REGAN 
99 Albermarle Road 
"Quite a bit" 

KEVIN R. REGAN 

96 Galen Street 

To do the best you can is all that 

should be expected. 

Swim Team 3, 4. 

SUSAN S. REILLY 
32 Thornton Road 

"Ask, and it shall be given you; Seek, 
and you shall find; Knock, and it shall 
be opened to you." Matthew 7:7 
Drama Club 3, 4; National Honor 
Society; Swim Team Manager 3, 4; 
Senior Revue. 

MARIANNE K. RHEAUME 

30 Piedmont Ave. 

Beneath this tree, We learned to love, 

We learned to cry; For here we met 

and here one cold night We said 

goodbye. 

Madwoman of Chaillot; Talent Show; 

Drama Club; Senior Revue. 

THERESE RICCI 

659 Trapelo Road 

You have but one life to live, so live it 

up, be happy and PARTY! Enjoy today 

for tomorrow may never be. I would 

love to travel the world. 

CYNTHIA RICHARDSON 

91 Hillcrest Road 

Nothing should be more prized than 

the value of each day of life. 

Softball; Future Teachers of America. 

DAVID RICHARDSON 
206 Adams Street 

ROBIN M.RICHARDSON 
1 23 Midland Drive 

"I sure hope the road doesn't come to 
own me — There's so many dreams 
I've yet to find." Carole King 
Cheerleading 4; Crimsonettes 3, 4; 
Student Council 4; Ward Representa- 
tive 2, 3; Homeroom Representative 
2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Revue; 
Housemasters Office 2, 3. 

STEPHEN K. RICHARDSON 

164 Rose Hillway 

"Discontent comes in proportion to 

knowledge. The more you know the 

more you realize you don't." Will 

Rogers 

Rifle Club 4. 

EDWARD L.RICHARD 



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1 04 Villa Street 

PATRICIA A. RIGGS 
22-B Dermond Road 
"The End." 
Softball. 

PHILLIP J. RIGOLI 
1 1 Bedford Street 

CYNTHIA RIPLEY 

36 Hemlock Terrace 

"The only way to win happiness is to 

give it, The more we give, The more 

we have." 

Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 

3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4 ; 

Senior Revue; Thespian Society 3, 4 ; 

Chorus 3, 4. 

ROBERTA RIZZO 

1 70 Seminole Ave. 

The end is good is an evil, And the 

end of evil is good. 

DEBORAH ROBBINS 

1 2 Whirrier Ave. 

A handful of common sense is worth a 

bushel of learning. 

JOHANNA L. ROBERTS 
1 7 Brigham Road 

Dream what you dare to dream, Go 
where you want to go, Be what you 
want to be . . . Live! 
One Act Plays; Fiddler on the Roof; 
Pep Squad 2; Chorus; Literary Maga- 
zine 3; Chorus; Senior Revue 4. 

DONALD J. ROBICHAUD 

JOHN ROGERS 
70 Alder St. 

STEPHEN J. ROGERS 
1 Dermody Rd. 

RONALD A. ROMARD 

41 Bright St. 

They can change our minds but they 

can't change me, I've got a dream. 

Band; Senior Revue; Italian Club. 

DEBRA A. ROSE 

24'/j Bacon St. 

Without understanding, there is no 

unity, without unity, there's no love, 

without love, Life is not. 

Senior Revue. 

DAVID M. ROSOLKO 

97 Fiske Ave. 

I hope that I'll never be too busy hung 

up on being grown up and important 

to help a friend or have a good time. 

Yearbook Staff 4; Weight Training 2, 

3, 4 ; Art Club. 

LAWRENCE ROSS 
35 Gore St. 

STEVEN E. ROSS 
28 Cheryl Ln. 

PAUL V. ROUGHSEDGE 

7 Chatham Ln. 

MARGARET E. RUFO 

42 Forest St. 

Margaret only wants to be happy 

now and start to live. Dream on, 

Ranucci. 

Ski Club 2, 3; Chorus 3, 4. 

SHAREN L. RUSSELL 
69 Goldencrest Ave. 

ANTHONY RUSSO 

89 Robbins Street 

The meaning of life is out there some- 






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where and it's up to each to find it for 
himself. 

JOHN E. RYAN 
1 6 Hagar Street 

BARBARA RYNN 
1 68 Warren Street 

"Kindness in words creates confi- 
dence. Kindness in thinking creates 
profoundness. Kindness in giving cre- 
ates love." 

Senior Revue; Senior Prom Comm.; 
Housemaster Office; Senior Library 
Assistant. 

MICHAEL S. SALAMONE 

296 South Street 

Sometimes I wonder if it was really all 

worth it. I think it was. Here's to you 

Mr. Belliveau. 

Swim Team 2, 3, 4; N.E. Diving 

Champion 2. 

DIANA SALFITY 
231 Trapelo Road 

DEBRAM.SALVUCCI 
24 Albert Street 

Student Council; Class Day Comm.; 
Italian Club; Ski Club; Senior Revue; 
National Honor Society; National Ital- 
ian Honor Society. 

PETER F. SALVUCCI 
4 Valley View Road 

PETER (SAMPSON) POWELL 
191 Florence Road 

MARIE J. SANTOLUCITO 

97 Cushing Street 

There's a brand-new morning. Rising 

clear and sweet and free . . . There's 

a new day dawning. That belongs to 

you and me . . . 

Senior Revue; Yearbook Staff; Ski 

Club 3, 4; National Honor Society. 

DIANNE M. SAULNIER 
1 8 Chester Lane 

ANNETTE SAVOIE 
161 Ash Street 

CRAIG B. SAWIN 
63 Barbara Road 

"Never give in, in things large or 
small, grand or petty, never give in 
except to the conviction of honor and 
good sense." Sir Winston Churchill 
Student Council; National Honor Soci- 
ety; This Week at Waltham High; 
Yearbook Rep.; Senior Notes; Student 
Government Day; Senior Revue 
Comm.; Lab Assistant. 

CHARLES H. SAWYER 
46 Wamsutta Avenue 

JOSEPHONE SCANIO 
4 Bemis Avenue 

ANDREW SCHKUTA 
676 Trapelo Road 

ELIZABETH SCHRIMPF 

48 Canterbury Road 

"My interest is in the future because 

I'm going to spend the rest of my life 

there." G. F. Kettering 

German Club 2, 4; Junior Prom 

Comm.; Lab Assistant; Senior Revue. 

STEPHEN G. SCOn 
1 7 Hatherly Road 

PAMELA J. SEARS 

371 Waverley Oaks Road 



GARY M. SHANNON 
39 Beechwood Road 

ESTHER M. SHAUGHNESSY 
56 Bedford Street 

MARTIN SHEEHAN 
22 Hamilton Road 

I know that you believe you uc. 
stand what you think I said, but I am 
not sure you realize that what you 
heard is not what I meant. Nixon 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Forum Club 4; 
Chess Club 3, 4. 

PHILIP J. SHINNICK 
39 Temple Road 

JOHN J. SILVA 

471 Forest Street 

It's not what's around us, but what is 

in us, Not what we have but what we 

are, that makes us really happy. 

Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

MICHAEL SILVA 
241 Seminole Ave. 

PAMELA J. SILVA 
iter Road 
ankind wait upon our decision, A 
ie world looks to see what we will 
do. We cannot fail their trust, We 
ot fail to try. John F. Kennedy 
tion Club; Jr. Prom Committee; 
Prom Committee; Library Aide; 
r Counseling; Chemistry Club; 
ior Revue; Lab Assistant. 

PATRICIA SUVA 

241 Seminole Ave. 

"To change is to grow and to have 

changed often, is to have grown 

much." 

ICE G.SIMPSON 
> Bacon Street 

GERARD T.SIRAGUSA 
33 Curve Street 

CHRISTINE M. SMITH 

236 Beal Road 

"When you've seen beyond yourself 

then you may find peace of mind is 

waiting there." George Hatttion 

Senior Revue; Future Teachers of 

America. 

CHRISTOPHER SMITH 

66 Rose Hill Way 

"The future lies not in the hands of 

Fate, but in ours ..." 

Hockey 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3; Track 2, 

4 ; J.A. Club 3, 4. 

«ITHiA SMITH 
1 9 Mt. Ida Terroce 

"Will you still know who you are 
when you come to who you are?" — 
Emerson, Lake and Palmer 
Chesire Crafts Club. 

DENNIS J. SMITH 
35 Wamsutta Ave. 

EDWARD SMITH 

I I Beechwood Rd. 

SCOn M. SMITH 

1 37 Massasort St. 

I believe in the individual ri ' 

when I leave here I shall live 

rule — 

KEITH D. SOLOMON 
19 Weir Road 

LINDA G.SOOKIKIAN 
26 Pecham Road 



"I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I 
have seen yesterday, and I love 
today." 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Ecology Club 2; 
Reagle Players 3, 4; Drama Prod- 
uctions 2, 3, 4; Jr. and Sr. Prom Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Mickey Mouse in Senior 
Revue. 

MICHAEL SOS 
5 Foundry Ave. 

EILEEN SOTTILE 

1 1 Prentice St. 

Time is too long for those who grieve, 

too short for those who rejoice, but 

for those who love, time is not. 

DAVID M.SPENCER 

138 Russell St. 

Why are we forever weaving new ties 

to bind us to the earth? 

Concert Choir (Jr. Sr.); Chorale (Sr.); 

Chorus (Jr. Sr.); Intramural Basketball 

(Sr.); Swim Team (Soph.); Senior 

Revue; Peter's Gospel (Jr.); District 

Chorus of Mass. (Jr. Sr.); All State 

Chorus (Sr.). 

JANET SPURR 

200 Linden St. 

Learn from your past memories and 

put them to conquering your future 

dreams. 

Drama Club; Senior Revue; Intramural 

Tennis. 

PAUL STANOWICZ 

1 7 Kingston Terr. 

LYNNE M. STANTON 

54 Rich Street 

"Hold fast to dreams, for when 

dreams die life is like a broken 

winged bird that cannot fly." 

Dark of the Moon. 

JAMES STARK 
39 Sparkhill St. 

HAROLD A. STEDMAN 
101 Hillcrest St. 

JOHN J. STEINMACHER 

2 Wellington Ave. 

LAURA M. STOCKI 

31 Graymore Rd. 

People are lonely because they build 

walls instead of bridges. 

CARL R. STRECK 
1 38 Florence Rd. 

WALTER STUDLEY 

73 Worchester Ln. 

Peace cannot be kept by force; it can 

only be achieved by understanding. 

Henrick Ibsen 

German Club 1 , 2. 

ANN SULLIVAN 
58 Potter Rd. 

KENNETH G. SULLIVAN 
10 Trimont Ave. 

MARY J. SULLIVAN 

27HobbsRd. 

Saying goodbye is like leaving the 

ocean on a sunny day. You walk 

away from so much as the rippling 

water beckons at your feet. But you 

can't stop . . . 

Crimsonettes 2, 3, 4; House Office 2, 

3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 2, 

3; Ski Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Senior 

Prom Committee; Paint Your Wagon; 

Class Day Committee. 



MAUREEN SULLIVAN 
286 Sibley Rd. 

the words I want to say fall cringing to 
the floor, scurrying into corners seek- 
ing shadows, hiding from your gaze. 
Jean Itzin 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Future 
Teachers of America; Lab Assistant. 

MAUREEN P. SULLIVAN 
24 Indian Rd. 

You've got to keep doing new things, 
keep doing them better, and keep 
growing, without ever losing that 
lovely sense of wonder you had when 
you started out as a child. 
Housemaster's Office. 

SHAUNA M.SULLIVAN 

90 Pond St. 

With useless words getting in my way, 

Silence often says much more than 

trying to say what's been said before. 

Senior Revue. 

SHIELA SULLIVAN 

90 Pond St. 

If you smile at me I will understand 

cause that's the one thing everybody 

does in the same language. 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Concert Choir 3, 4; 

Talent Show 4; Senior Revue. 

KAREN A. SURRETTE 
31 OakledgeRd. 

1 would rather live in a world where 
my life is surrounded by mystery than 
in a world so small that my mind could 
comprehend it. 

Ski Club 3; Senior Revue; Intramural 
Tennis 2, 4. 

DEBBIE A. SUTHERLAND 

71 2 Beaver St. 

Some people see things as they are 

and say why? I dream things that 

never were and say why not? George 

Bernard Shaw 

Ski Club 2. 

PATRICIA R. SWANTON 
1 6 Goldencrest Ave. 
Tomorrow is not promised us ... so 
let us make the very most of it, the 
once we pass this way. Louise M. 
Hogan 

Chorus; Senior Revue; Ski Club; Ger- 
man Club. 

BRIAN SWENSON 

8 Castle St. 

LISA B. SWENSON 

369 Lexington St. 

All the flowers of tomorrow are in the 

seeds of today. 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 2, 3, 4; 

Senior Revue; Yearbook. 

DEBBIE A. SWYERS 

83 Galen St. 

You must have a code that you can 

live by, because the past is just a 

goodbye. 

KIM SYLVESTER 

9 Sharon St. 

The natural flights of the human mind 
are not from pleasure to pleasure but 
from hope to hope . . . 

MARIE SYLVESTER 

2 Stratton Terr. 

Smile the memory of it lasts forever. If 
you meet someone too weary to 
smile, leave one of yours, no one 
needs a smile as much as he who has 
none to give. 



ROBERT J. TAVANTO 
1 05 Columbus Ave. 

JOYCE M.TAVENER 
162 Barbara Rd. 

We must sail sometimes with the wind 
and sometimes against it, but we must 
sail and not drift, nor lie at anchor. 
Oliver Wendel Holmes 
Pep Squad 2, 3; Gymnastics 2; Cho- 
rus 2, 3; Drama 2; Senior Revue; 
Intramural Tennis 4. 

JOSEPH H. TAYLOR 
205 Chestnut St. 

MICHAEL T.TEHAN 
77 Lyman St. 

DAVID G.TELLER 
HooTrapeloRd. 

DEBORAH C. TERRANO 

147 Villa St. 

There may be more beautiful times: 

but this one is ours. Jean-Paul Sartre 

Senior Revue; Chorus 2, 3, 4. 

MARIA A. TESTA 
46 Winter St. 

ERIC THIBODEAU 
49 Cherry St. 

JOHN THIBODEAU 
1 5 James St. 

SUSAN E. THOMAS 

MHagarSt. 

Spring bursts today for love is risen 

and all the earth's at play. Christina 

Rosetti 

Senior Revue. 

PATRICIA THURSBY 
203 Beal Rd. 

I would not live without the love of my 
friends. John Keats 

Chorus 2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Girls' 
Glee Club. 

JANE L. THURSTON 
1 777 TrapeloRd. 

ELIZABETH A. TIERNEY 
1 5 Lyman St. 

JUDITH A. TIERNEY 

9 Clements Rd. 

. . . yesterday is but today's memory 

and tomorrow is today's dream. Kah- 

lil Gibran 

Nurse's Office. 

JOAN M. TOMUSKO 
71 Caughey St. 

"A night in which the silence was 
audible, I heard the unspeakable. 
Now the first star is lit and I go 
home." Henry David Thoreau 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 4; 
Talent Show 2; Senior Revue; Prom 
Comm. 

ANN M. TOSH 
720 Beaver St. 

MARIA G. TOSH 
720 Beaver St. 

MICHAEL F. TRACEY 

I I Copley Ave. 

RICHARD J. TRIMBLE 

118 Doty St. 

"Possunt quia posse uidentur" Vergil 

Photography Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 

2, 3, 4; Senior Revue; Ski Club 2; 

Yearbook Photography Staff. 



HOMAS S. TURCOTTE 
27 Lertha Dr. 
I get by with a little help from my 
friends. 

JOHN TUSCHER 
Wellington St. 
power of good is shown not by 
phantly conquering evil, but by 
continuing to resist evil while facing 
certain death." Hamilton 
Fall Drama Productions; Senior 



OHN C. TYMAN 

75 College Farm Rd. 

lay your hand be full always if only 

th another hand, may your heart be 

mpty only long enough to give you 

ause to fill it up again with love. May 

our soul be lost by you only to be 

>und by God. Rod McKuen 

>rama Club. 

STEVEN T. UKRAINE 
7 Kenwood Ln. 

UVID UMBRELLO 
1 352 Main St. 

SANDRA J. VACCARELLO 
19 Milton St 

ALANVANAR1A 
1 5 Cedarwood Ave. 

AMES S. VANARIA 

6 Bright St. 

>HIUP VANARIA 

74V* Russell St. 

MENNISA.VANO 

Mt. Valley Rd. 
' %a pretium liberatis" 

HIAL.VELARDf 
214 Bacon St. 

GERALDINE L VELARDI 
114 Bacon St. 

ANETM.VENO 
Lexington St. 
irnia, here I cornel 

'ALERI VILES 
i62 Lexington St, 

'Doing something for someone else 
sn't really for someone else, it does 
rice as much for you as something 
ou do just for yourself." 

'AL DAVID 

ssketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
oftball 2; Spanish Club 2. 

GEVINCUILLA 
ilumbus Ave. 

rEVEN D. VINCUIILA 
145 Overland Rd. 

"OIM.VITALE 
>ale St. 

< that we have seen and done it 
ill in thirteen years, If you believe in 
ie. Then I'll believe in you. Is that a 
argain? 
horus 2, 3, 4. 

" JEAN VIVEIROS 
rospect St. 

iany gentle friends are near 
.,i one can scarcely see, I should 
lever feel alone wherever f may be. 
♦nior Revue; Chorus 4. 

IANET R. VON DOHLEN 

7 Andrea Rd. 



But I have promises to keep, and miles 
to go before I sleep, And miles to go 
before I sleep. 
Senior Revue. 

ALEXANDROS A. VOULGAROPOU- 

LAS 

26 Tudor St. 

He is strong who conquers others; he 

who conquers himself is mighty. Lao- 

Tzu 

Indoor, Outdoor Track 2, 3, 4; Band 

2, 3, 4; Northeast District Band 4; 
Ma. All-State Orchestra 4; Audio-Vis- 
ual 2, 3; Senior Revue; Greek Folk 
Dancing 2; Debating Club 2; Chess 
Club 2, 3; Rifle Club 2; Stage Band 3, 
4; J.A.; Forum Model U.N. 2, 3. 

PETER VOYMAS 

28 Irving St. 

What a man thinks of himself, that is 

what determines, or rather indicates 

his fate. Henry David Thoreau 

MARY D. WALAZEK 
1 4 Fern St. 

We glide past each other. But why? 
Why? We reach out toward the other 
in vain — because we have never 
dared to give ourselves. 
Senior Revue; National Honor Soci- 
ety. 

RICHARD J. WALKER 
263 Worchester Ln. 

GLEN A. WALLACE 
74 Dale St. 

DAVID M. WALSH 

19 Albemarle Rd. 

JOHN J. WALSH 
1 9 Neighbors Ln. 

LORI A. WALSH 
435 Lincoln St. 

One never realizes how great High 
School years are until it's their Senior 
year and almost over. 
Senior Revue; Senior Prom Commit- 
tee; Talent Show; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee. 

THOMAS WALTER 

20 Fairmont Ave. 

GAYLE A. WARD 

22 Gorham St. 

Friendship is the best thing in the 

world. Someone you can rely on 

when you're down and out. A friend is 

always there when you need one. 

SANDI WARREN 

21 Meade Rd. 

DEBRA M. WEAGLE 

1 21 Washington Ave. 

I shall not pass this way again. Any 

good thing that I can do — or any 

kindness that I can show let me do it 

now — Let me not deter it or neglect 

it — For I shall not pass this way 

again. 

Ward Rep. 2; National Honor Society 

3, 4; Senior Revue; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee. 

CAROL A. WENCKUS 
261 Dale St. 

SHIRLEY A. WENTWORTH 

1 01 Bowdoin Ave. 

I always thought these years would 

last. But now they are gone, and all in 

the past. 






MARYANNE WHEELER 
277 Florence Rd. 

I believe in the sun, even when it is not 
shining. I believe in love, even when I 
feel it not. I believe in God, even 
when He is silent. Good Luck every- 
one. 

Ward Rep. 4; Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Revue. 

JEFFREY M. WHELAN 
36 Addison Rd. 

It is often easier to fight for one's prin- 
ciples than to live up to them. "Nice 
guys finish last." 
Hockey 2, 3; J. A. 

KEVIN H.WHITE 
57 Tudor St. 

Surely I deserve some kind of recogni- 
tion for all the bad things I haven't 
done. 

KEITH N. WHITMORE 
43 Harris St. 

SHIRLEY A. WILLIAMSON 
20 Hovey Rd. 

SANDRA WOOD 

46 Parmenter Rd. 

Because we walk it only once, then 

how important it is that we walk it with 

some purpose that we can call our 

own. 

GEORGE A. WYBIERALLA 
61 Phillips Cir. 

ALISON WYNN 
30 Oakledge Rd. 

JAMES YOUNG 
1 6 Brown St. 

TERRI J. YOUNG 

79 Hardy Pond Rd. 

Cherish your yesterdays; Dream your 

tomorrows; But live with your todays. 

Nurse's Office 3, 4. 

EZRA A. YOW 
85 Charles St. 

NANCY A. ZARELLA 

34 Woburn St. 

Yesterday's years came so fast but 

now they are gone and in the past. 

Nurse's Office 2. 

ALLAN J. ZIMBLER 

2906 Steams Hill Rd. 

"I came ... I saw ... I 

conquered." 




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WILLIAM J. ABBOTT 
202 Charles St. 

Electronics 

WILLIAM G.AUCOIN 
20 Rich St. 
Carpentry 

BRIAN BARDSLEY 
173 Charles St. 
Electronics 
Secretary Sr. Class 

CHARLES E. BLACKBURN 
17 Bay St. 
Watertown 

BRIAN BOOTHMAN 
1 Doris Rd. 
Acton 
Machines 

DANIEL BOWSE 
440 Trapelo Rd. 
Carpentry 
President Sr. Class 

GLEN BURDETT 
36 Lakeview Ave. 
Auto Mechanics 

KEVIN BURNS 
14 Oak Hill Rd. 
Auto Body 

NICHOLAS CARAMANIS 
224 Robbins St. 

RICHARD CARR 
150 Hardy Pond Rd. 
Auto Mechanic 

JOSEPH CARUSO 
128 Hillcrest St. 

Machines 

THOMAS A. CEDRONE 

57 Wilbur Ave. 

Arlington 

Carpentry 

"You can't always get what you 

want. But if you try, sometimes, you 

just might find you get what you 

need." 

SALVATORE CIMINO 
5 Benefit St. 

JOSEPH CINCOTTA 
32 Spring St. 

ROBERT A. CLANCY 
1 5 Huntington St. 
Carpentry 

TIMOTHY W. CLASBY 

1 78 Hammond St. 

Carpentry 

"You only go around once in life, so 

you better grab for all the gusto you 

can." 

MARK CONRAD 
324 Newton St. 
Auto Mechanics 

LOUIS G. CORMIER 
1 50 Hammond St. 
Carpentry 

PAUL CROWLEY 
1 99 Newton St. 
Auto Body 



KEITH M. DUCA 
Carpentry 

GERARD F. EYSSALLENNE 

916 Main St. 

Printing 

DOUGLAS R. FARNSWORTH 

1 45 Myrtle St. 

Is learning more and more about less 

or is it less and less about more and 

more? 

STEVE FAUCHER 
Auto Mechanics 
Hockey 






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MARK GARRIGAN 
22 Dartmouth St. 
Drafting 

FRANCIS GIANNETTI JR. 
82 Russell St. 
Auto Mechanics 






WAYNE GILLIS 

1 39 Hardy Pond Rd. 

Electronics 

JOHNGIROLAMO 
147 Robbins St. 
Welding 

WILLIAM GRAVES 
3 Fairway Rd. 
Acton 
Machines 

ALAN GULLOTTI 
71 Mokema Ave. 
Carpentry 

KEVIN D. HARDIN 
1 7 Agawam Rd. 
Acton 
Welding 

KEN HIETSCH 
1131 Trapelo Rd. 

Printing 

KENNETH HIRE 
39 Prospect St. 
Auto Mechanics 

MARK IMBIMBO 
537 Mass Ave. 
Acton 

ROBERT IMHOFF 
393 Newton St. 

DALE JOHNSON 
424 Forest St. 
Auto Mechanics 

LEWIS KEANE 
99 Calvary St. 
Printing 

PETER KENNEDY 

31 Lord St. 

Carpentry 

I owe my fame only to myself. 

RICHARD KOKIDKO 
321 Prospect Hill Rd. 
Drafting 

FRANCIS G. Le BLANC 
43 South St. 
Machines 




PETER LINSTROM 
1331 Trapelo Rd. 
Welding 

JOHN P. LONG 
1 5 Totten Ct. 
Printing 

RICHARD MANORY 
8 Hillcrest St. 
Carpentry 

GERARD MARTIN 
85 Montclair Ave. 
Auto Body 
Treasurer — Sr. Class 

ROBERTA. McCULLOUGH 
98 Thornton Rd. 
Carpentry 

roger Mcdonald 

152 Willow St. 
Auto Body 

roland Mcdonald 

6 Alder Terrace 
Electronics 

JOSEPH McKINNON 
1 78 Charles St. 
Electronics 

thomas Mclaughlin 

84 Franklin St. 

Watertown 

Electronics 

DAVID MILLIGAN 
34 Park St. 
Auto Body 
Vice-President Sr. Class 

ROBERT MULLINS 
68-B Prospect Hill Rd. 
Printing 

BERNARD T. MURPHY 

50 Langdon Ave. 

Watertown 

Bradley Swimming Team 

TONY NIGRO 
420 Forest St. 

PAUL NOTARTOMASO 
1 8 Melody Lane 

Electronics 

RICHARD OLEARY 
1 5 Cowdrey Ln. 
Acton 

MARK A. O'NEILL 
152 Ash St. 
Electronics 

DENNIS J. PAGE 
100 Hull St. 
Belmont 
Printing 

BRIAN PLAMONDON 
1 4 Wellington St. 
Auto Mechanics 

Youth is when you blame all your 
troubles on your parents, maturity is 
when you learn that everything is the 
fault of the younger generation. 
Auto Mechanics 



RICHARD PRATT 
135 Ellison Park 
Machines 

MARK PRESCOTT 
224 Brown St. 
Auto Body 

GERALD PROFETTO 
63 Pine St. 
Printing 

PAULJ.QUINN 
1 07 Riverview Ave. 
Carpentry 

20 mile Muscular Dystrophy Walk '73 

STEPHEN A. QUINN 

21 Pierce St. 

CHRISTOPHER REED 

63 Greenwood Ln. 

My interest is VWs and that's where 

the wealth is going to be. 

RAYMOND ROBICHAUD 
74 Bacon St. 
Machines 

ROBERT SEVIGNY 

1680 Trapelo Rd. 

Electronics 

I'll meet you in the next world. Don't 

be late. 



MICHAEL J. STEELE 
34 Virginia Rd. 
Arlington 
Auto Body 

JOHN STRATTON 
81 Gregory St. 
Machines 






JOHN J. SULLIVAN 

24 Indian Rd. 

Auto Body 

I am going to continue in Auto Body. 

PATRICK SURETTE 
1 6 Chamberlain Ter. 
Printing 

RALPH SURETTE 
59 Pine St. 
Auto Mechanics 
Hockey 

JOSEPH SWANSON 

1 73 Bright St. 

Carpentry 

These have been the best 3 years of 

my life. 

DANIEL SWEENEY 
1 26 Willow St. 
Acton 
Welding 

RONALD VAUTOUR 
79 Oak St. 

Printing 

LUCIANO A. VELELLA 
1 69 Newton St. 

MARK VENUTI 
1 7 Wampum Ave. 



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PAUL ADAMAITIS — Boston University 
PAUL AGRILLO — Brondeis University 
MICHAEL ALBANESE — Massachusetts Bay Commu 
EDWARD ALLIA — Brandeis University 
KAREN ALTMAN — Massachusetts Institute of Techrfplo! 
THERESE ANDY — Bentley College 

CAROL ANTHONY — Framingham Union Hospital School 
DIANE ANTICO — Aquinas Junior College 
LOUIS ANTICO — University of South Florida 
SHARON ASPINWALL — University of Maine at Far|ningt< 
JOSEPH ATTARDO — Cape Cod Community College 
JOSEPH AUCOIN — Massachusetts Bay Community Colle 
ROBERT AUCOIN — Massachusetts Bay CommunityColleg 
WILLIAM AUCOIN — Boston State 
DANIEL BABINEAU — Wentworth Institute 
LEEANN BALBEN — Mount Ida Junior College 
RONALD BARBER — Massachusetts Maritime Academy 
PAUL BARIL — Bentley College 

LEE BARMAKIAN — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 
THOMAS BARNES — Westfield State 
JANET BARONIAN — Katharine Gibbs 

PATRICIA BAXTER — Framingham Union Hospital School of Nursing 
CHRISTINE BELCHER — Bridgewater State 
DONALD BELLAN — Institute of Art 
SUSAN BELLIVEAU — Bentley College 
BRIAN BENSON — Medford Vocational 
LINDA BERNARD — Peabody School 
GAYLE BLACKMAN — Worcester State 
RAYMOND BOISSEAU — Massachusetts Institute o 
JOHN BONFIGLIO — University of Massachusetts 
MICHAEL BONVIE — Northeastern University 
SANDRA BOUDROT — Aquinas Junior College 
DORINE BOURGEOIS — Massachusetts Bay Comm 
WILLIAM BOURQUE — Northeastern University 
EDWARD BOWLER — Assumption College 
WILLIAM BOYLE — Massachusetts Bay Community 
WILLIAM BRADY — Massachusetts Bay Community 
CHARLES BRODY — Johnson and Wales College 
WAYNE BROSSI — Newton Technical 
STEPHEN BROWN — Bentley College 
DEBORAH BURKE — Massachusetts Bay Community 
» JAYNE BURKE — Massachusetts Bay Community Co 
SHEILA BURKE — Massachusetts Bay Community Col 
JAMES BYRNE — Westfield State 
KATHLEEN BYRON — Northeastern University 
DIANE CAFARELLI — Framingham State 
STEVEN CAIRA — Franklin Institute of Technology 
CLAUDINE CAISSIE — Endicott Junior College 
MARY ANNE CALLAHAN — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

.TEVEN CAINAN — Massachusetts College of Art 
DEBORAH CALOGGERO — Fitchburg State 
PHILLIP CALSON — Massachusetts College of Art 

OANNE CAMMISARO — Waltham Vocational School of Nur«.ing 
KATHRYN CAMPBELL — Framingham State 
DONNA CAMPOSANO — University of Massachusetts, Amhei 
BRIAN CANNING — Massachusetts Bay Community College 
GEORGE CAPPADONA — University of New Hampshire 
ROBERT CAPPADONA — Boston State 
RONALD CARDONE — Merrimack College 
MARYBETH CARNEY — Bridgewater State 
JOHN CARROLL — Middlesex Community College 
ANASTASIA CARTER ■ — Northeastern University 
ANNA CARUSO — Aquinas Junior College 
ROSE MARY CARUSO — Aquinas Junior College 

STINECASELLA — Massachusetts Bay Community Coll 
•OUGLAS CATE — Massachusetts Bay Community College 
DANIEL CEDRONE — East Coast Aero Technical School 
MARY CENTOLA — Katharine Gibbs 
JOHN CETRANO — University of Massachusetts, Anfterst 

SUSAN CHADWICK — Aquinas Junior College 

FRANKLYN CHAFFEE — Florida Institute of Technology 

MARY CHANE — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

WAYNE CHERNOWSKY — Lowell State 

JOSEPH CHIASSON — Framingham State 

HONG CHIN — Northeastern University 

SUSAN CHRISTOPHER — Burdett 

CAROL CINCOTTA — Aquinas Junior College 

DONNA CINCOTTA — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

JOSEPH CINCOTTA — Middlesex Community College 

MICHAEL CINCOTTA — Boston College 

JOHN CLARK — Boston College 

JEFFREY CLARKE — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

SALLY COLLETT — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

KAREN COLLINS — Middlesex Community College 

MARY ANNE COLLINS — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

JAMES CONDON — Newton Prep. 

DIANE CONRAD — University of Massachusetts, Boston 

PENNIE CONTOS — Middlesex Community College 

JANET CONTI — Northeastern University 

LINDA COOPER — Boston University 

ELAINE CORACCIO — Katharine Gibbs 

WILLIAM CORBETT — Boston University 

MARIANNE CORCORAN — Stonehill College 



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DIANE CORMIER — Aquinas Junior College 
KATHLEEN CORMIER — DoaneCollge 
LAWRENCE CORMIER — Berklee School of Music 
V. EDWARD COSTA — Massachusetts Bay Community College 
FRANC1NE COTTONE — Graham Junior College 
DAVID COYLE — Bentley College 

MICHAEL CUMMINGS — New England School of Photography 
VIRGINIA CURTIS — Middlesex Community College 
KAREN CYBULSKt — Westfield State 
JEAN CZUCZWA— Smith College 
MARY DALY — Brandeis University 
CATHERINE DEGENHARDT — Tufts University 
DAVID DEMARCO — Northeastern University 
SUSAN DEMEO — Massachusetts Bay Community College 
JOANNE DENNEHY — Bentley College 
DANIEL DEPROFIO — Fitchburg State 
DAVID DEVANE — Wentworth Institute 
JACQUELYNE DEVINCENT — Windham College 
ANN MARIE DILUCA — University of Massachusetts, Boston 
JOHN DINEEN — Boston College 
DOREEN DISANZA — Rockland Community College 
KEVIN DOHERTY — Merrimack College 
. MARGARET DOHERTY — Framingham State 
PATRICIA DOHERTY — Becker Junior College 
FRANCIS DOMURAT — University of Miami 
JANICE DOUCET — Ventura College 
KENNETH DOUCETTE — Norwich University 
KEVIN DOUCETTE — Benrley College 

SUZANNE DOUGLAS — Massachusetts Bay Community College 
ELIZABETH DOYLE — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 
PAUL DUBE — University of Maine 
CAROLYN DUNNE — Endicott Junior College 
STEVEN DWYER — Bentley College 

PATRICIA EDMUNDS — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 
SHARON ELLIOTT — Westfield State 
THOMAS EMBERLY — Suffolk University 
JANET PAGAN — Massachusetts Bay Community College 
SCOTT FALCONER — Wentworth Institute 
STEWARD FALCONER — Wentworth Institute 
ROBERT FAULSTICH — Boston College 
RICHARD FETTE — Wentworth Institute 
THEODORE FILANDRIANOS — Boston College 
BARRY FINE — Eisenhower College 
STEPHANIE FIORE — Salem State 
THOMAS FLYNN — American International College 
LINDA FOGG — Fitchburg State 

KATHLEEN FOLEY — Notre Dame College, New Hampshire 
MICHAEL FOLEY — Wentworth Institute 
NANCY FRANKS — Bently College 
DOUGLAS FREEMAN — Boston College 
JOLI FULLER — Massachusetts Bay Community Co! 
JOHN GAGNON — Wentworth Institute 
KENNETH GAL — Northeastern University 
PAUL GALLAGHER — Lowell Technological Institute 
GLORIA GALLITANO — Boston University School of Nursi 
JUDITH GARRAHAN — Georgia College at Milledgeville 
STEVEN GARRITY — Boston University 
DIANNE GAUDET — Northeastern University 

B"'CHAEL GILBERTO — Bentley College 
INE GISBOURNE — Mount Saint Mary, Hooksett, N.H 
RDAN GLEN — University of Massachusetts, Boston 
GISELLE GOGUEN — Bay State Junior College 
ANDREA GOODE — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

JOSEPH GOODE — Bentley College x --~ — — 

LORN A GRAY — North Adams State 

WiLLIAM GROTH — Bentley College 

ARTHUR GULLOTTI — Franklin Institute of Technology 

RICHARD GUZZI — Northeastern University 

RUSSELL HAGOPIAN — University of New Hampshire 

ZOVIG HAGOPIAN — Boston University 

BERNARD HANNON — WEstfield State 

LAURA HARRON — Burdett 

DANIEL HARVEY — Fitchburg State 

YCE HAYES — Newton Wellesley Hospital 

SIAH HAYS — Syracuse University 
GREGORY HEBERT — University of Massachusetts, Boston 
HERBERT HENDERSON — U.S. Air Force Academy 
EDMUND HERBERT — Brandeis University 
THOMAS HILL — Tufts University 
DONALD HOOVER — Northeastern University 
JACK HOOVER —Graham Junior College 
BONNIE HOWARD — Howard University 
ROBERT HOWARD — Bentley College 
IRENE HUFF — Salem State 
SANDRA IANNETTI — Framingham State 
ARGENT IODICE — Northeastern University 
RONALD JAMES — University of Maine 

GERALDINE JANNONI — Massachusetts Bay Community College 
GARY JENKS — Bentley College 
EDITH JOHNSON — Suffolk University 
GAIL JOHNSON — Russell Sage College 
DANA JONES — Northeastern University 
JAMES JOYAL — Boston University 



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Framingham Qtate College 




Bentley College 







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Wentworth Insitute 



Boston University 




Massachusetts Bay 
Community College 





University of Massachusetts, 
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University of Massachusetts, 
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ROBIN JOYAL — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

VERONICA KABELKA — Brandeis University 

MARK KAITZ — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

JOHN KASPER — Northeastern University 

MARY KEEGAN — Middlesex Community College 

ELIZABETH KELLEY — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

MARGARET KELLIHER — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

GAIL KERSHNER — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

ANNE KILGALLON — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

SUNG GOO KIM — Brandeis University 

MARY KING — Assebet Regional 

DOUGLAS KOSKINEN — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

ANTHONY LaCAVA — Bentley College 

WILLIAM LAFAUCI — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

BRIAN LAFLAMME — Tufts University 

THOMAS LAMATTINA — Harvard University 

BARBARA LANDRY — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

LISA LANDRY — Westifield State 

MARC LAPENTA — Bentley College 

RICHARD LAROSA — Alfred University 

KENNETH LEBLANC — Florida Institute of Technolog 

MICHAEL LEBLANC — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

SHIRLEY LEBLANC — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

THERESA LEBLANC — Clark University 

DEBBIE LEE — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

THERESA LEGER — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

AMY LESTER — Lowell State 

WINONA LESTER — Boston Univeristy 

PATRICIA LEVEY — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

DANIEL LINK — Boston University 

ANITA LFTURI — Aquinas Junior College 

EDWARD LOGUE — Boston College 

JANICE LOMBARDO — Chamberlain 

POMPEA LOMBARDO — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

FRANCIS LOPRESTI — Bentley College 

JUDITH LOUGHLIN — Aquinas Junior College 

JOHN LUCAS — Coyne Electrical 

CHERYL LUPINSKI — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

PAUL MABARDY — Boston University 

HEIDI MacARTHUR — Bridgewarter State 

BRENDA MacDOUGALL — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

PAUL MacKAY — Berklee School of Music 

ROBERTA MacLENNAN — Hampshire College 

KATHLEEN MAGUIRE — Westfield State 

ELAINE MAHONEY — Holy Cross 

KATHLEEN MALONEY — Northeastern University 

VINCENT MANDILE — Catholic University 

PATRICIA MANIACE — Boston College 

JOANNE MANZON — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

NANCY MANZON — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

GARY MARCHESE — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

STEVEN MARSOCCI — Harvard University 

NANCY MARSTON — Fitch burg State 

BRIAN MARTIN — University of Massachusetts, Boston 

DIANE MARTIN — Boston College CL^ 

CLIFFORD MASON — Bowdoin College 

JOHN MATTONE — American International College 

PATRICIA MCCARTHY — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

MAUREEN McCUE — St. Elizabeth's Hospital 

TERENCE McDONALD — Northeastern University 

KEVIN McELLIN — Holy Cross 

WALTER McGOVERN — Wenfworth Institute 

PETER MclVOR — Boston Conservatory of Music 

BRIAN McKEON — Brandeis University »3 dfc* 

ANN McLAUGHLIN — St. Elizabeth's Hospital 

KAREN McLAUGHLIN — Katharine Gibbs 

CHERYL McMAHON — Waltham Hospital 

STEVEN McSHANE — Bentley College 

PAUL MELI — Northeastern University ^A^ 

CHERYL MELIONES — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

GEORGE MILLER — Suffolk University 

MELINDA MILLER — Colby College, N.H. 

ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY —The Art Institute of Boston 

FRANCIS MONTILLO — University of Miami 

MARY MONTOOTH — Lesley College 

KAREN MOONEY — Maiden School of Nursing 

ROBERT MOONEY — Berklee School of Music 

VINCENT MORREALE — Boston College 

MARY MOSCATO — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

EILEEN MOSES — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

MATTHEW MUIR — Cornell University 

CAROL MULLANEY — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

JEAN NADEAU — Flagler College 

DAVID NAJARIAN — Essex Agricultural and Technical Institute I 

ARTHUR NALLY — Bentley College 

BRIAN NAVIEN — Northeastern University 

VALERIE NICOLAI — Burdett** 

KAREN Niemyski — Aquinas Junior College 

JOSEPH NOCERA — University of New Hampshire 

DEBORAH NOONAN — Bramingham Union Hospital School of Nursing 

SHEILA NORDSTROM — Eastern Nazarene College 

RICHARD NORTON — Wentworth Institute 

DEBORAH NWACHON — Massachusetts College of Pharmacy J 

RICHARD O'BRIEN — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

ROGER O'CONNELL — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

BRIAN O'HALLORAN — Middlesex Community College 

GAYLE O'HALLORAN — Catherine Laboure Junior College of Nursing 

TIMOTHY O'HARA — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

KATHLEEN O'HEARN — Cape Cod Community College 



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WILLIAM OHNEMUS — Roger Williams College 

ELIZABETH OLIVA — Framingham State 

PATRICK O'REILLY — Northeastern University 

MARY O'RIELLY — Framingham State 

MARYELLEN O'ROURKE — Newton Wellesley School of Nursing 

MARTHA PAGE — Russell Sage College 

WALTER PAGE — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

LORRAINE PALMER — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

MICHAEL PALMERINO — Lowell Tech 

BEVERLY PARK — Katharine Gibbs 

ROBERT PARKER — Berklee School of Music 

JOSEPH PASCISCIA — Massachusetts Maritime Academy 

JOSEPH PA VONE — Framingham State 

JOAN PEDERSON — Wheaton University 

ROBERTA PERKINS — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

PHYLLIS PINTABONE — Lowell State 

SANDRA PLACE — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

MICHAEL PRESCOTT — Rensselaer 

JANET PRIDHAM — University of Massachusetts, Boston 

LEE PRINCIOTTA — Framingham State 

LINDA RANDO — Westfield State 

STEVENE RANDO — Wentworth Institute 

ERNEST RANDOLFI — Springfield College 

JAMES REGAN — University of Massachusetts, Boston/Suffolk University 

KEVIN REGAN — Bentley College 

SUSAN REILLY — Jackson University 

EDWARD RICHARD — Northeastern University 

ROBIN RICHARDSON — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

STEPHEN RICHARDSON — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

CYNTHIA RIPLEY — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

JOHANNA ROBERTS — Suffolk University/Emerson College 

RONALD ROMARD — Northeastern University 

DAVID ROSOLKO — Massachusetts College of Art 

PAUL ROUGHSEDGE — Boston College 

ANTHONY RUSSO — Sylvania 

JOHN RYAN — Northeastern University 

MICHAEL SALAMONE — Syracuse University 

DEBRA SALVUCCI — Boston College 

PETER SALVUCCI — Northeastern University 

MARIE SANTOLUCITO —Aquinas Junior College 

CRAIG SAWIN — Bentley College 

ANDREW SCHKUTA — Suffolk University 

PAMELA SEARS — Monserrat 

MARTIN SHEEHAN — Tufts University 

PHILIP SHINNICK — Wentworth Institute \ 

JOHN SILVA — Northeastern University ^H&GjR 

PAMELA SILVA — Massachusetts Academy of Medical Tecnology 

CHRISTINE SMITH — Framingham State 

CHRISTOPHER SMITH — Bridgewater State 

DENNIS SMITH — Wentworth Institute 

KEITH SOLOMON — Amherst College |^ 

LINDA SOOKIKLAN — Northeastern University 

MICHAEL SOE — West Virginia Wesleyon University 

EILEEN SOTTILE — Robert and Richard's Beauty Academy 

DAVID SPENCER — Graham Junior College 

JANET SPURR — Chandler Secretarial School 

PAUL STANOWICZ — Northeastern University 

LYNNE STANTON — Bay State Junior College 

HAROLD STEDMAN — Boston State 

LAURA STOCKl — Mount St. Mary 

WALTER STUDLEY — Wentworth Institute 

MARY SULLIVAN — Flagler College 

MAUREEN SULLIVAN — University of Massachuset 

SHEILA SULLIVAN — Lowell State 

KAREN SURRETTE — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

LISA SWENSON — Rivier College 

JOYCE TAVENER — Aquinas Junior College 

ERIC THIBODEAU — Framingham State 

PATRICIA THURSBY — Northeastern University 

JANE THURSTON — Boston College 

JOAN TOMUSKO — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

RICHARD TRIMBLE — Boston College 

JOHNTUSCHER — St. John's Seminary fm^ 

SANDRA VACCARELLO — Bentley College 

ALAN VANARIA — Northeastern University 

PHILLIP VANARIA — Wentworth Institute 

DENNIS VANO — Bentley College 

VALERIE VILES — University of Massachusetts, Amherst 

GEORGE VINCUILLA — Northeastern University 

JANET VONDOHLEN — Katharine Gibbs 

ALEXANDROS VOULGRAROPOULAS — University of Massachusetts, Bost 

PETER VOYMAS — Franklin Institute of Eoston 

MARY WALAZEK — Massachusetts Bay Community College %t \ 

RICHARD WALKER — Northeastern University ^^ 

JOHN WALSH — Merrimack College 

LORI WALSH — Worcester State 

THOMAS WALTER — Northeastern University 

SANDI WARREN — Northeastern Bradcasting School 

DEBRA WEAGLE — Lasell Junior College 

MARYANNE WHEELER — Aquinas Junior College 

JEFFREY WHELAN — North Yarmouth Academy 

KEITH WHITMORE — Massachusetts Bay Community College 

GEORGE WYBIERALLA — Lowell Technological Institute 

ALISON WYNN — The Art Institute of Boston 

NANCY ZARELLA — Aquinas Junior College 

ALAN ZIMBLER — Pratt Institute of Technology 






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Ames, B. C. 

1 3 1 Lexington Street 

893-0095 

Artisan Industries 
73 Pond Street 
893-6800 

B & F House of Pizza 
227 Lake Street 
891-1020 

Bates Pharmacy 

848 Lexington Street 

894-7438 

Bay State Florist 

285 Bear Hill Road 

890-1010 

Bird Precision Jewels 
I Spruce Street 
894-0160 
Brasco Florist 
229 High Street 
894-6161 

Charlesbank Garden Apartments 

56 Charles River Road 

893-5038 

Coleman & Sons 

451 Main Street 

893-3200 894-7100 

College Pharmacy 

576 South Street 

894-2290 

Cottage Crest Restaurant 

610 Trapelo Road 

894-2440 

C & T Plastering Co. 

38 Leitha Drive 

894-8665 

Dean Dairy 
5 Beaver Street 
894-6140 

Defino's 

860 Lexington Street 

893-3414 

Derbyshire, F. W., Inc. 
265 Bear Hill Road 
890-2900 

Edwards Jewelry 
246 Moody Street 
893-6652 

Fogg, Gerry Orchestra 

33 Gilman Road 

893 4971 

Formalwear Ltd. 

1 5 Elm Street 

899-5727 

Gardencrest Apartments 

25 Summer Street 

894-4230 

Guaranty-First Trust Co. 

600 Main Street 

899-2100 

Guthrie Lumber 

1 87 Lexington Street 

893 1300 

Hewlett Packard 
1 75 Wyman Street 
890-6300 

High Street Variety 
200 High Street 
893-9527 



Hillcrest Function Rooms 
25 Fox Road 
890-2282 

Holiday Inn 
Totten Pond Road 
890-3000 

Ideal Cleaners 

58 1 Moody Street 

8936225 

Ideal Concrete Block 

232 Lexington Street 

894-3206 

Irwin Furniture, Inc. 

274 Moody Street 

893-8575 

Joyce, Francis J. & Son, Inc. 

552 Main Street 

894-2895 

Keyes, Fenton Associates 

267 Moody Street 

893-2110 

Kirsch Realty 

550 Moody Street 

899-1050 

Laurel Gift Shop 
856 Lexington Street 
894-7701 

Levin's 

22 Lexington Street 

893-7143 

Lew's Fashion Shoppe 

377 Moody Street 

894-2066 

Lyons, Tom Corp 
2 1 Lexington Street 
894-4900 

MacNabb Engineering 
1 3 1 Lexington Street 
893-8400 

MacNeil Engineering 

225 Riverway Ave. 

893-5100 

Marcou Jewelers 

3 Moody Street 

899-2220 

Mass. Broken Stone 

1 33 Boston Post Road 

893-0489 

Mass. Hardware 

1 70 High Street 

893-6711 

McQueen Insurance Agency 

828 Moody Street 

893-1345 

Middlesex Family Coop Bank 

577 Main Street 

893-8000 

Middlesex Open Air Market 

765 Moody Street 

894-3504 

MorReal Sewing Machine Co. 

1 28 High Street 

891-5333 

Muldoon Studios 

698 Main Street 

893-8607 



Mullaney's Pharmacy 
483 Main Street 
893-3797 

New England Telephone 
564 Main Street 
899-9950 

News Tribune 

18 Pine Street 

893-1670 

Newton Savings Bank 

1 56 Moody Street 

8995970 

Nims Caterers 

25 Fox Road 
890-2646 

O'Toole The Florist 
719 Main Street 
893-2961 

Puritan Dress Co. 

144 Moody Street 

969-5100 

Queen Cleaners 

266 Moody Street 

893-9418 

Richardson Electric Co. 

1 6 Cooper Lane 

894-4403 

Risebergs 

286 Moody Street 

893-3226 

Russo Art Studio 
333 Moody Street 
894-4881 

Sals Pizza 

470 Main Street 

893-8993 

Tayters Inc. 

1 1 8 Calvary Street 

893-2065 

Vincent's Health Spa 
564 Main Street 
893-9242 

WalLex Hardware & Supply 
862 Lexington Street 
899-8999 

WalLex Recreation Center 

800 Lexington Street 

893-7070 

Waltham Chemical Co. 

8 1 7 Moody Street 

893-1810 

Waltham Fuel 

f 73 College Farm Road 

891-4976 

Waltham Insurance Center, Inc. 

677 Main Street 

894-4640 

Waltham Savings Bank 

702 Main Street 

894-3064 

Waltham Wallpaper & Paint 
591 Main Street 
893-3732 
Wilder, R. S., Inc. 

26 Bedford Street 
894-0230 



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Charles P. Burgess 

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Joseph J. Caravaglio, M.D. 

Lynn D. Chaffee, M.D. 

Dr. Peter Conran 

John R. Craig, M.D. 

Dacey & Dacey, Attys.-at-Law 

Flynn & Flynn 

Foster & Foster 

Dr. and Mrs. Murray Freedman 

Dr. Leon M. Ginsburg 



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Theodore H. Goguen, Jr., Esq. Attorney at Law 

Goodman and Goguen, P. C. Attorneys at Law 

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Richard J. Monahan 

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Julian J. Newman, M.D. 

Dr. Norman Paster 

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Robert M. Sainato, D.M.D. 

Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Semenza 

Twinbrook Surgical Associates 

Warren G. Young, D.M.D. 

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V. A. Zolla, D.M.D., Dentist 



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PATRICIA HAYES 
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GREGORY HEBERT 
DEBORAH A. HEISER 
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LINDA HICKS 
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PAUL G. MAI LLET 
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DAVID T. MALONEY 
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VINCENT C. MANDILE 
PATRICIA A. MANIACE 
LINDA J. MANNING 
LYNNE A. MANNING 
LYNNE D. MANN 
JOANNE MANZON 



NANCY A. MANZON 
DEBRA L MARA 
GARY MARCHESE 
SHEILA MARCOU 
CHRISTOPHER MARCUS 
STEVEN M. MARSOCCI 
NANCY L MARSTON 
BRIAN A. MARTIN 




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MARGARET MULLANEY 

PAULA J. MULLEN 
ROBERTA MUNGER 

PATRICIA J. MURPHY 
JUDY A. MURRAY 



JEANNE E. NADEAU 
DAVID M. NAJARIAN 







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BRIAN NAVIEN 
DAVID NEFF 
VALERIE A. NICOLAI 
KAREN NIEMYSKI 
JOSEPH NOCERA 
EILEEN M. NOLAN 
CHERYL K. NOONAN 
DEBORAH J. NOONAN 
MARK T. NORDSTROM 
SHEILA V. NORDSTROM 

RICHARD L NORTON 
DEBORAH NWACHON 

RICHARD J. OBRIEN 
JOANNE E. OCONNELL 
ROGER E. OCONNELL 
STEVEN J. ODONOGHUE 
GAYLE A. OHALLORAN 



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ANTHONY RUSSO 
JOHN E. RYAN 
BARBARA RYNN 



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DEBRA M. SALVUCCI 

PETER F. SALVUCCI 

MARIEJ.SANTOLUCITO 

DIANNEM.SAULNIER 

ANNETTE SAVOIE 

CRAIG B.SAWIN 

CHARLES H. SAWYER 

DIANA SALFITY 




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ANDREW SCHKUTA 

ELIZABETH SCHRIMPF 
STEPHEN G. SCOTT 
PAMELA J. SEARS 

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ROBERT A. CHENEVERT 
ERNEST CHIASSON 
JOHN M. CHIASSON 
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DONNA M. CINCOTTA 
MARY L CLAFFEY 
MAUREEN CLANCY 
CHARLES D. CLARKE 

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JAMES COLEMAN 
SCOn F. COLEMAN 
MARK COLLETT 
KATHY A. COLLINS 
MICHAEL J. COLLINS 
PATTI ANN COLLINS 
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MARY J. BAKER 
ELIZABETH BANNAN 
KATHLEEN BANNON 
ANGELA BARBA 
ELIZABETH BARDSLEY 
KEVIN BARDSLEY 
NINABARLIT 
ANDREA M. BARMAKIAN 
CHARLES J. BARRY 
DAVID J. BARRY 
JOHN M. BARR 
GINA M. BASSAKIDES 
JUDITH D. BASTARACHE 
LISAB. BATTAGLINO 
MABEL J. BEARISTO 
BONNIE J. BEATON 
ROBERT BEAUDOIN 
LINDA BEAUREGARD 
CYNTHIA BECKER 

DAVID A. BECKWITH 

DONNA G.BEDIGIAN 
MARK BEERS 

SCOTT N. BELLIVEAU 

GREGORY S. BENNET 
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WILLIAM ROCHE 
DIANE L ROLLER 

MARTHA ROONEY 
PATRICIA A. ROSS 

STEVEN J. RUGGIERO 
ROGER W.RUNDLETT 
JOSEPH T. RUSSO 
MARILYN RUSSO 
RAYMOND RUSSO 
THOMAS J. RUTLEDGE 
BARBARA RYAN 
JANIS RYAN 
JOHN P. RYAN JR. 
PATRICIA RYAN 
THOMAS J. RYBERG 
JOHN SABATINO 
SUSAN SABETTI 
CYNTHIA A. SAINSBURY 

LISA M. SALEM 
HEIDI SALTZBERG 
STEPHANIE SALVUCCI 
KENNETH SAMUELIAN 
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WILLIAM M. BRADY 
KAREN E. BRANNELLY 
GLEN A. BRESSETTE 
CHARLES E. BRODY 



WAYNE M. BROSSI 
STEPHEN F. BROWN 
MARIE-LOUISE BUCK 
JOHN V. BURGOYNE 
BEVERLY M. BURKE 
DEBORAH A. BURKE 
JAYNE ELLEN BURKE 
SHEILA ANN BURKE 
SUSAN E. BURRELL 
MICHAEL D. BUSA 
DEBORAH A. BUSHARD 
E. RODNEY BUTCHER 
DAVID CLOSE 



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JEAN E. PALMER 
MARCI R. PANAGGIO 
JOANNE PAPIA 
VINCENT J. PAPIA 
ALAN PARRELLA 
ANGELA M. PAVONE 
JANES. PEARLMAN 
ANNETTE PELLETIER 
CYNTHIA PELLETIER 
DENISET. PELLETIER 
DIANE M. PELLETIER 
GEORGE R. PENNEY 
VICKIE A. PENZONE 
KATHLEEN A. PERKINS 
MICHAEL D.PERKINS 



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BEVERLEY PETERSON 
LAURIE J. PETERSON 
ANN V. PETERS 
RICHARD J. PETRIE 
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DANIEL J. OBRIEN 
MAURA OBRIEN 
JOHN OHARA 
MARIA OHARA 
LYNNM.OHEARN 
PATRICIA OHNEMUS 
MARIANNE OKEEFE 
STEPHEN OKEEFE 
DEBORAH OLIVER 
RONALD D. OLSON 
WILLIAM J. OMALLEY 
KAREN A. OMARA 




SUSAN M. OMARA 
KARENJ.ONEILL 
JOSEPH S. ONOFARO 
LAURIE E.ORECHIA 
BERNADETTE ORLANDO 



CHARLES ORLANDO 
JAMES K. OROURKE 
JANET OROURKE 
DAVID W.OWENS 



JILLM.COEN 
LINDA M.COFFEY 
EDWARD M. COFFIN 
PAULA.COLANTINO 
CYNTHIA H.COLEMAN 
BRIAN P. COLLETT 



MAUREEN T.COLLINS 
JOSEPH COLOMBO 
MICHAEL E.COMEAU 
JANECONNAUGHTON 
THOMAS F.CONNORS 
CATHERINE M.CONNOR 




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JEAN M. CONTI 
NANCYJ.CORACCIO 
ANNEMARIECORAZZINI 
JOHN L CORBETT 
PAULA.CORBETT 
JAMES C. CORCORAN 
JANET C. CORCORAN 
JOHN E. CORCORAN 
KIM A. CORCORAN 
JUDY M. COREY 
SUSAN M. CORKUM 
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ANNE MARIE KELLY 
KATHERYN A. KELLY 
MAUREEN A. KELLY 
PAUL KELLY 



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NORMAN E. KENNEY 
LINDA M. KENNY 
MARK M. KEOHANE 



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DAVID K. KEZER 
DONNA A. KIBORT 
EILEEN J. KING 
MAUREEN A. KING 
STEPHEN T.KING 
CYNTHIA KIRCHDORFER 
GARY A. KLEINER 
JOAN F. KRATOVILLE 
DENISEKRING 
ANITA S.KUPRISS 
ROBERT S. LACAVA 



JANE M.WALSH 
GLENN D.WARD 
KENNETH J. WARD 
DAVID C.WATSON 
MARK W. WATSON 
HEIDI R.WEBB 
JOSEPH M.WEISBERG 
MURIEL A. WELLINGTON 
GARY F. WELLMAN 
KATHRYN WELTS 
RICHARD. WERBLIN 
DAVID WHEATON 
GEORGE J. WHEELER 
SUSAN L WHITE 
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PAULD. BARIL 
LEE J. BARMAKIAN 
THOMAS BARNES 
JANET BARONI AN 
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DANIEL BEAUMONT 
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ANTHONY DIMASI 
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CARMINE DIPRONIO 
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BARBARA DOMEK 
KATHRYN DONNELLY 
KATHLEEN DONOVAN 
DAVID B. DOUCETTE 
JAMES A. DOUCETTE 




JOHN B. DOWCETT 
PATRICIA M. DOWCETT 
DENISE DOWNING 
JOHN R. DOYLE 
JOHNC.DRUWING 
JOSEPH G. DUBE 
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LORRAINE M.DUNBAR 
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KATHLEEN A. OHEARN 
WILLIAM C.OHNEMUS 
ELIZABETH A. OLIVA 
ROSEMARIET.OLIVO 
CATHERINE R. ONEAL 
ELLEN ONEIL 
PATRICK OREILLY 
MARY M. ORIELLY 
MARY R. ORIFICE 
MARYELLEN S. OROURKE 
STEPHEN OUELLETTE 
WILLIAM LOUELLETTE 
MARTHA E. PAGE 
WALTER D. PAGE 



MICHAEL PALMERINO 
LINDA PALMER 
LORRAINE PALMER 
NEIL R. PALMER 
LINDA M. PAOLICELLI 
JOSEPH J. PAOLINO 






CAROLYN PAPIA 
BEVERLY J. PARK 
TRINAE. PARRISH 
JOSEPH J. PASCISCIA 
ROBERTA PERKINS 
MARIANNE PROFITA 



JOSEPH W. GALLAGHER 
PAUL GALLAGHER 
GLORIA GALLITANO 
KENNETH J. GAL 
LAURAJ.GANGI 



LAWRENCE P. GARBER 
PETER C. GARCIA 
PATRICIA M. GARDNER 
STEVEN GARRITY 
DIANE GAUDET 






WILLIAM C. GAUDET 
THERESA M. GENTILE 
MICHAEL J. GILBERTO 
PAMELA S.GILLEN 
ANNEMARIE GISBOURNE 
JOHNGUILIANO 
PHYLLIS A. GLEASON 
DEBBIE A. GLEDHILL 
JORDAN S. GLEN 
MAUREEN LGODIN 
JOSEPH R. GOODE 
DANIEL J. GOODWIN 
SHEREE L GOODWIN 
JAMES E. GAUDET 



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THOMAS BERGERON 
STEPHANIE J. BERGIN 
PAUL K. BERNARDI 
JOYCE M. BERTOLAMI 
STEPHEN J. BERTRAND 



MARYA.BIANCHI 
JANICE BIBBO 
HEIDI M. BILODEAU 
MICHELLE BIRON 
DOREEN F. BLACK 



ARLEEN M. BLINN 
RICHARD S. BLUSTEIN 
LEO J. BOISVERT 
LOIS BOISVERT 
SHARON BOISVERT 
ANTHONY J. BONAZZI 
JOSEPH E. BONICA 
WILLIAM A. BONNEY 
MARY L. BORDENCA 
JOSEPH BORGOMASTRO 
FRANCIS J. BOTTARI 
PATRICK M. BOUDREAU 
LINDA BOURGEOIS 
GAILM.BOURINOT 



NORMAN J. JAILLET 
CAROL JAMES 
WILLIAM M.JARRETT 
DONALD H.JENKINS 
DANIEL JENSEN 
CARLOS JIM INEZ 
DEBRAJOHANSEN 
DAVID D.JOHNSON 
RUSSELL A. JOHNSON 
SVEN E.JOHNSON 
RITA M.JOHNSTON 
STEPHANIE JOLIAT 
BARBARA F. JONES 
KIMBERLY N.JONES 
PAULJOYAL 
FRANCIS J. JOYCE 



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MICHAEL JOYCE 
ROBERT A. KAITZ 
JOAN A. KALOOSTIAN 
ANN KANE 
ELIZABETH KANTOWSKI 

TALINE KAZAZIAN 

WILLIAM F. KEANEY 



EDWARD KEEFE 
JUDITH KEEFE 
MICHAEL G. KEEGAN 
DEBRA KEIRSTEAD 
MICHAEL KELLEY 

RICHARD T. KELLEY 
KIMBERLY KELLY 




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DEBRAA.AUCOIN 
GEORGE P. AUCOIN 
JOSEPH C.AUCOIN 
SANDRA AUCOIN 
SUZANNE AUCOIN 
ADRIANAJ.AVERSA 
STEPHEN R.AVERY 
PAULE.BABINEAU 
STEPHEN E. BABIN 
WERNER P. BABURINS 
RALPH W. BADGER 
JAMES P. BAILLIO 
JOANNE L BAKER 
LESLIE A. BAKER 
PHILIP A. BALLO 




THOMAS M. BANKS 
CHARLOTTE BARBER 
LINDA BARDEN 
LISE M. BARRON 
KENNETH P. BARRY 

MARGARET BARR 



PATRICIA A. BARR 
SHERRI BATCHELDER 
CAROL M. BAXTER 
AREDIS B. BAZARIAN 
DEBORAH BEAUMONT 
BONNIE BECKER 



CAROLYN CALARESE 
CAROLYN CALLAHAN 
FRANCIS C. CALLAHAN 
JOHN L CALLAHAN 
JOSEPH D. CALLAHAN 
SANDRA M. CALOGGERO 



JOANNE CAMERON 
RICHARD W. CAMPANA 
LOUIS CANNISTRARO 
CHRISTINE CANTONE 
JOSEPH CAPELLO 
BATHOLOM CAPPADONA 




DIANA LECARDARELLI 
JOHNC.CARDILLO 
WENDY L CARMICHAEL 
JANE E. CARMODY 
MARGARET CARNEY 
ENIOA.CARRETTA 
WALTER F. CARROLL 
SUSAN L CARR 
CYNTHIA L CARSON 
CAROLYN M. CASH 
NICOLINACASTELLI 
JOANNA CAVALLO 
CHRISTINE CELLUCCI 
SUSAN CENTOFANTI 
PAUL M. CENTOLA 



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BRIAN J. WILSON 
JUDITH A. WILSON 
KATHLEEN WILSON 
CYNTHIA WINTERKORN 
SUSAN WITHROW 
JUDITH A. WOOD 



MICHAEL J. YOW 
ARLENED.ZACHER 
DOMINIC N.ZAIA 
STELLA M.ZAIA 
RONALD P. ZAMMUTO 
CHRISTINE ZAMPITELLA 
DIANNAM.ZANCO 



ANTHONY N. ZARELLA 
CARMELA L ZAWADSKI 
RONALDZEYTOONIAN 
PAULE.ZUBRINSKI 



STEVEN SMITH 
CYNTHIA M. SODERHOLM 
MICHELLE SPAULDING 
MALCOLM M.SPENCER 
CHARLES SPINELLI 
STEVEN STAFFORD 
DEAN W. STANLEY 
EDWARD F. STANTON 
JANICE M.STANTON 
ERIC G.STEINBERG 
LAWRENCE J. STEPANIS 
DEBRAA.STINEHOUR 
JOYCE L STIVALA 
JEFFREY C.STOCKI 
DEBORAH J. STOCKWOOD 
PATRICIA STROM 



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KEVIN SULLIVAN 
MAUREEN SULLIVAN 
PAUL R. SUTHERLAND 
JANET M. SWANTON 
MARIA SWEENEY 
KATHLEEN SWENSEN 



EDWARD F. SZABO 
GARYV.TANASHIAN 
KIMS. TANNER 
PATRICIA J. TARANTO 
MARIE E.TARJAN 
MADINE M.TAYLOR 
CATHERINE M.TEELE 









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ARTHUR VENO 
JULIE D.VENO 
KAREN J. VINCENT 
MICHAEL D.VINCI 
PAULA VITALE 
DOUGLAS W. WADE 
LAURA WAITE 
KAREN A. WALAZEK 
DEBORAH A. WALKER 
JEANNE M.WALSH 
KATHERINEA.WALSH 
MARCIA WALSH 
BARBARA WALTER 
THERESA WARD 
SCOTT D. WARREN 



TERRANCE J. WARREN 
DEAN J. WAYLAND 
KAREN M. WEEKS 
THEODORE W. WELCH 
MARKC.WELLMAN 
DEBORAH J. WESSELL 
PAULA J. WEST 






KATHIE L WHEATON 
LAWRENCE F. WHITE 
DEBORAH G. WHITTEN 
CAROL A. WHITTINGTON 
ROBIN WILLIAMS 
THOMAS D.WILLIAMS 
CHRISTOPHER YETTEN 



LINDA RANDOLPH 
DAVID W.RANDO 
DIANE L RANDO 
PAMELA M.RAVESI 
DEBORAH L RAY 
KENNETH RAY 
DIERDRE READE 
JOSEPH B. REDDY 



GARY T.REGAN 
MICHAEL D. REGAN 
MICHAEL J. REYNOLDS 
ANNERHEAUME 
LINDA RHEAUME 
DEBORA A. RICCI 
SHERYLANNRICCI 
WILLIAM RICHARDSON 




CLAUDE RICHARD 
JOHN W. RILEY 
ANNMARIE RITA 
JULIEA.RIZZO 
CLAUDE ROBICHAUD 
MARGARET E. ROSE 



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LINDA DOWNING 
LORENA DOYLE 
CHERYL M. DOYLE 
ELIZABETH M. DOYLE 

JOANNE DRIVAS 



LEONARD DUBE 
PAULM.DUBE 
DENESEM.DUDEK 
DAVID G.DUNLOP 
CAROLYN B. DUNNE 
DANIEL R. DWYER 



GERARD F. DWYER 
STEVEN A. DWYER 
OWEN B. DYER 
TERENCE B. DYKSTRA 
RICHARD M. EATON 
PATRICIA EDMUNDS 
SHARON A. EDMUNDS 
DEBRAJ.EISAN 
DIANE M. ELANDER 
JUDITH G.ELDRIDGE 
NABEEHA G. ELFAR 
SHARON L ELLIOTT 
THOMAS B. EMBERLY 
ALFRED H. EMBERLY 
ROBERT ENIK 
JOHN FAHEY 

JANET FAGAN 



Best Wishes 
To The 



"CLASS OF 74" 



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JANET M.CONTI 
PENELOPE CONTOS 
ARLENEA.CONZO 
LINDA L COOPER 
ELAINE M.CORACCIO 
WILLIAM F.CORBETT 
MARIANNE CORCORAN 
PAUL CORCORAN 
DIANE CORMIER 
KATHLEEN A. CORMIER 
LAWRENCE J. CORMIER 
TERRY L CORRIVEAU 
V. EDWARD COSTA 
RICHARD B.COTONI 
FRANCINEA.COTTONE 




DAVID COYLE 
THOMAS CREEDEN 
CATHERINE M.CRIPPS 
EDWARD A. CUERDON 



NANCY CUGINI 
MICHAEL W. CUMMINGS 
SUSIE CURRY 
VIRGINIA A. CURTIS 



MARSHA J. MEADE 
CHERYL MELIONES 
PAUL J. MELI 
JOHN M. MELLOW 
DONNA M.MESITE 
JOHN P. MESSINA 
SUSAN D. MILIOTO 



GEORGE MILLER 
LEIGH A. MILLER 
MARILYN J. MILLER 
MELINDA S.MILLER 
ROYA.MILNER 
PATRICIA MONAGHAN 
ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY 




FRANCIS MONTILLO 
MARY K. MONTOOTH 
KAREN L MOONEY 
ROBERT MOONEY 
MICHAEL F. MOORE 
RORY MOORE 
PATRICIA K. MORAN 
VINCENT C.MORREALE 
MARYT.MOSCATO 
EILEEN R. MOSES 
MATTHEW C.MUIR 
VINCENT A. MULA 



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CHARLESBANK GARDEN 
APARTMENTS 




CLASS OF 74 

Sincere congratulations, 
Class of 74; 

The future is waiting for you, 
You're standing at the door. 

Our country really needs you, 
With your youth and fine ideals; 
Impeachment hovers over us, 
What will Watergate reveal? 

We need your bright, keen insight, 
Unsullied and shining clear; 
With your knowledge to lead us onward, 
We really have nothing to fear. 

College is open to you, 
If you should so decide; 
They have so much to offer, 
Their doors are open wide. 

We have an energy crisis, 
That we cannot control; 
With your youth and dedication, 
You may play a leading role. 

At least our country is at peace, 
As you face your new tomorrow; 
No longer must young men go to war, 
And face the trial and sorrow. 

We have given you a challenge, 
Class of 74; 

If you will only try your best, 
No one could ask for more. 



Best Wishes Class of 1974 
From 



KIRSCH REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE OFFICE 

550 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Louis J. Kirsch, Jr. — Welton D. Brown — Lou Kirsch, 3rd 



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of 

FENTON G. KEYES ASSOCIATES 




Consulting Architect — Engineers 



267 Moody Street 





Waltham, Mass. 



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Champ Golf Products 



TWinbrook 3-5100 



Waltham 54, Mass. 



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to 

the Graduating Class 

of'74 



RICHARDSON 
ELECTRIC 
CO., INC. 

Contractors — Engineers 



NEWTON SAVINGS BANK 

256 Moody Street 
Waltham, Mass. 



1 6 Cooper Street 
Waltham, Mass. 
TW 4-4403 





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Exterminating and Termite Control 

8 1 7 Moody Street 
Waltham 



HOLIDAY INN 

Totten Pond Road 
Waltham 



WAL-LEX HARDWARE 



862 Lexington Street 
Waltham 



IRWIN'S FURNITURE 



274 Moody Street 
Waltham 




EDWARDS JEWELRY 
COMPANY 



246 Moody Street 
Waltham 



DEFINO'S CLOTHING 

Wal-Lex Shopping Center 

860 Lexington Street 

Waltham 

893-3414 







R.S. WILDER, INC. 





26 Bedford Street 
Waltham 



SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS 







LAUREL GIFT SHOP 



856 Lexington Street 
Waltham 




COLLEGE PHARMACY 

576 South Street 
Waltham 



HIGH STREET VARIETY 

200 High Street 
Waltham 



MR. KENNEDY 






331 




Compliments of 

MULDOON STUDIO 

Complete Photographic Service 



698 Main Street 
Waltham 

893-8607 




893-1345 
828 Moody Street 244-2489 

Waltham 



john p. McQueen 
insurance agency, inc. 



O'TOOLE 

the 

FLORIST, INC. 

719 Main Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

893-2961 
Flowers For All Occasions 



332 



Compliments 
of 



DEAN DAIRY 



5 Beaver St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Thank you for your patronage. 



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560 Main St. Wal+ham, Mass. 



334 



Compliments of 

Li MASS. HARDWARE 

1 70 High Street 
Waltham 


TAYTERS 

POTATO CHIP 

COMPANY 

1 18 Calvary St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham High School Cafe 

Is Supplied With the Best 

Potato Chips 

"TAYTERS" 


B.C. AMES CO. 

Manufacturers of 
Dial Indicators and Dial Micrometers 

1 3 1 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 


Compliments of 

Risebergt 

286 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



335 




336 




IDEAL CONCRETE 
BLOCK CO. 



Complete Line 

of 

Mason Building 

Materials 

232 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

02154 

894-3206 



Compliments 
of 

GUTHRIE 

LUMBER 

COMPANY 

187 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Massachusetts 

Best Wishes to The 
Class of 1973 





MacNABB 

ENGINEERING 

CO., INC. 

1 31 Lexington Street 
Waltham, Mass. 

Telephone TW3-8400 

Precision Sheet Metal 

Fabricators 

For The 

Electronics Industry 



Best Wishes to 
Class of 74 



GERRY FOGG ORCHESTRA 



337 



DIAMONDS WATCHES 



MARCOU JEWELERS 



3 Moody Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



TW 9-2220 



WALTHAM FUEL 

"Your Comfort Is Our Concern" 



Waltham High School Rings 

Diamonds — Watches — Giftware 

Repairs and Engraving 




173 College Farm Road 
Waltham 

891-4976 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1974 



24 Hour Burner Service 



Heating Installation 



338 



Serving your Good Health 

BATES PHARMACY 

LEXINGTON STREET 

WAL-LEX SHOPPING 

CENTER 






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PRESCRIPTIONS 

AND ALL 

YOUR MEDICAL NEEDS 



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Compliments of 

WAL-LEX 

RECREATION 

CENTER 



Congratulations 

and 

All Best Wishes 

to the Class of 74 



A Better Way to Bank 
for All the People 




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who see that spiritual 
is stronger than any 
material force; that 
thoughts rule the world.' 







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"Progress of Culture" 
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PREOSON JEWELS 



RICHARD H BIRD & CO , INC / 1 SPRUCE STREET / 
WALTHAM, MASS 021 54 / TELEPHONE 
TELEX 923-441 BIRDJEWEL 




Best Wishes to the Class of 1 974 



MOR REAL 



SEWING MACHINE CENTER INC. 



126132 HIGH ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 02154 
Tel.: Walth-TiTi 891-5333 — Framingham 875-4471 



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BRANCH STORES 

199 Concord St. Framingham 

875-4471 
7 1 7 Washington St. Norwood 

262-0839 



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To the Graduating Class of 1974 



If there be any truer measure 
of a man than by what he does, 
it must be by what he gives. 







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MEDICAL ELECTRONICS DIVISION ■ 175 Wyman Street, Waltham, Massachusetts 02154 TWX 710 324 0367 Telephone 617 890-6300 




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LEVIN'S 



For the Finest in Fabrics 
^22 Lexington St. 

893-7143 



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